Christian - Emory Student Organizations
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Adventist Students for Christ
Adventist Students for Christ offers opportunities opportunities for worship and Bible study consistent with the teachings of the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Contact the Religious Life Office at 404-727-6225 for more information.
Asian Christian Fellowship
The Asian Christian Fellowship (ACF) meets Fridays at 6:00 p.m. in 114 Candler Library. Friday meetings consist of praise, prayer, and guest speakers. Bible study groups meet throughout the week at various locations. Check Learnlink for more information about locations and times. Asian Christian Fellowship is affiliated with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. Clement Lin, adviser ( firstname.lastname@example.org).
Baptist Collegiate Ministry
Supper and a program are held at the Baptist Center each Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. Throughout the week, Bible study, service projects, lunch/devotions and social events are offered. All students are welcome. The Baptist Fellowship, a support group for Baptist students at Candler School of Theology, meets weekly. Contact Rev. Troy Bush, (email@example.com).
Bread Coffeehouse. 1227 Clifton Rd, across from SunTrust, behind the Business School. We are a free coffeehouse open to all Emory students from all backgrounds and faiths. We are sponsored by the Independent Christian Church as well as other denominational churches. We offer a refuge on campus, a community of love and grace, and house to study or play in, and free coffee and treats all week. Every Thursday (7:30-9 p.m.) we host DBS - Dinner, Bands & Stories about Jesus on stage. Dinner is vegetarian friendly, bands are live musicians from all over who come to play our well-known and loved stage and stories about Jesus are stories about staff members' journeys of faith. Check our website for hours and events. Contact person is the Director of Bread & Campus Minister Angie Stryker, 470.295.6525.
Brothers and Sisters in Christ
Brothers and Sisters in Christ (BASIC) meets the last Wednesday of every month at 7:00 p.m. in the Emory Black Student Union in the DUC. There are also small Bible studies available every weekday evening in Eagle's Landing in the DUC. BASIC offers opportunities to worship and build community for African American students. Brothers and Sisters in Christ is affiliated with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. Tamice Hasty, adviser, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Catholic Campus Ministry
Sunday Mass (9:00 a.m. & 6:00 p.m., Cannon Chapel), retreats, Scripture reflection groups, community service projects, social events, and educational programs provide an exciting environment for inquiry, discovery, and growth. This group emphasizes student initiative and leadership formation. Contact: Director, Fr. John Boll, (404.636.7237).
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Emory Christian Fellowship
An interdenominational evangelical group, Emory Christian Fellowship meets Thursdays from 7:00 - 8:15 p.m. in room 303 of the Anthropology Building for singing, prayer, discussion, Bible study, and mutual support. Open to all persons, the Emory Christian Fellowship is affiliated with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, a national campus organization. Small group Bible studies meet at various times throughout the week. Contact Mr. Nick Johnson, adviser, (678-592-6131 ; email@example.com).
Emory Graduate Christian Fellowship
Come find friendship in a Christ-centered community as we experience God's grace; pursue our studies for God's glory; and follow Jesus in love, godliness and service through our specific areas of study, as well as through service and outreach. All are welcome! Graduate Christian Fellowship is affiliated with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship. For more information FB Glenn Goldsmith, e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 404.488.6413.
Emory Korean Christian Fellowship
It is every christian's mission to follow in the footsteps of Jesus Christ, our lord and savior. We believe in his finished work of salvation, that each and every one of us had been called forth as children of God, and that our innate purpose is to give glory to God by loving him and by letting his glory shine through us. As a collective, we have been called upon to be the light and the salt in our community. And as such, it is our duty to answer that call through devotion, training, and loving. Contact Pastor Hyun-Wook Shin (email@example.com).
Episcopal Campus Ministry
Canterbury - the Episcopal Student group - offers fellowship and spiritual growth through worship, Bible study, prayer groups, suppers, service projects, and inquirers' class. Non-Episcopalians are welcome. The Episcopal Campus Ministry is affiliated with St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church. Contact Rev. Zach Thompson, (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Korean Campus Crusade for Christ
We are a movement that seeks to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with everyone in the world by reaching the future leaders of the world: the young generation! Contact Minah Jung at email@example.com.
Lutheran Campus Ministry
If you need a ride to worship or would like information about Lutheran Student Movement, please call the Lutheran Campus Ministry in Atlanta, Pastor Matt Simkins, (firstname.lastname@example.org, 615.491.6794).
Oxford students from many faith communities are involved in this ecumenical group. Worship, discussion groups, Bible study, volunteer projects and outdoor activities are included in this varied ministry. Oxford Fellowship sponsors a Fall Retreat for all Oxford students, staff and faculty at the beginning of the academic year. A Spring Spiritual Life Retreat focuses on spiritual development. Tuesday night discussions are held at 6:00 p.m. in the Oxford Student Center. This ecumenical group works cooperatively with the Oxford Interfaith Council. Contact the Oxford College Chaplain, Rev. Lyn Pace, (770.784.8392).
Presbyterian Campus Ministry
The Presbyterian Campus Ministry (U.S.A.) invites all students to join them for fellowship, Bible study and prayer at 8:00 p.m. on Tuesdays in 106 Cannon Chapel. For more information, contact campus minister Drew Stockstill, (404.876.7396).
Reformed University Fellowship
The campus ministry of the Presbyterian Church in America (PCA) Reformed University Fellowship, meets Wednesday nights at 7pm in Few Multipurpose Room (Sept. 8th) and then in Anthropology 303 (from Sept. 15th til the end of the semester) for teaching and fellowship. We also offer weekly small group Bible studies and occasional seminars, socials, and retreats. Our activities are open to all interested students. For more information please contact Campus Minister Stephen Maginas, (678.770.9806).
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United Methodist Campus Ministry: The Emory Wesley Fellowship
The Emory Wesley Fellowship is a community of disciples growing together in love of God and love of neighbor. In seeking to educate both the heart and the mind, the United Methodist Campu7s Ministry invites students to come together for worship, fellowship, prayer and service. Spiritual formation, leadership development, social activities, retreats, Bible studies and service projects are also important parts of our community. Wesley Fellowship is open to all students.
Weekly Schedule: Wednesdays @ 6 pm -- dinner and Bible studies; Sunday evenings @ 6 pm -- dinner and an alternative worship service, Room 211 of the Glenn Memorial Church School Building.
Contact Joseph McBrayer, email@example.com or 404.727.6278.
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University Worship Deacons
Emory students serve as University Worship Deacons by participating in both the planning and the leadership of weekly services -- as speakers, readers, ushers, and musicians. Contact the Religious Life Office, (404.727.6226) concerning worship opportunities.
Voices of Inner Strength Gospel Choir
Voices of Inner Strength, Emory's Christ-centered and dynamic gospel choir, welcomes all who desire to praise the Lord with song, minister with His word, and lead souls to Christ. The VOIS choir of more than 40 members sings at University Worship once a month and participates in an annual service learning project in the continental U.S. or abroad during Spring Break. Also, the VOIS Choir sings in Churches around the Atlanta area as well as performs acts of community service. The Choir invites enthusiastic singers who want to join in their music ministry. Please contact the Religious Life Office, 404-727-6225.
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