This is part one of a two-part piece that Karl Stevens wrote for the Episcopal Cafe. You can read the whole piece here. Campus ministry used to be easy. In the beginning, no such thing had to exist, because most colleges and universities in America were founded by specific denominations, and populated by members of […]
I’m interested in this article from Slate Magazine about Southern New Hampshire University. The whole article is worth reading, but this paragraph in particular caught my attention: Half the students who enroll in post-secondary education never get a degree but still accumulate debt. The low completion rate can be blamed partly on the fact that […]
Jennie Kiffmeyer will be one of our two Campus Ministers, serving with Tobie Dahlman. She has previously worked with students as a college librarian and instructor at Earlham College. A writer and performer, she loves exploring the places where human and divine stories overlap. She believes that God calls us into relationship through story so […]
In April, the Welcoming Taskforce at Saint Stephen’s met for a workshop with Hanci Newberry and C.J. Stachurski, where they learned active listening skills. But first there was some straight talk about the trepidation people feel when welcoming students to church.
Who is the “typical college student?”
Thoughts on the Future of Campus Ministry, Pt. 2
Only 20% of College Students Are What We Used to Consider “Traditional”
The Downtowners Campus Ministry invites you to a Retreat on the Beach… Bring Your Friends! Saturday, August 24th from 1:30 to Sunset… The One and Only Beautiful Alum Creek State Beach! Volley Ball Swimming Conversation & Reflection Delicious Grilled Dinner Sunset Prayer Bring Beach Towel, Sunscreen, Swim Wear RSVP 614-224-1155 […]
Sing to the Lord a New Song! A Reflection on the Province V Gathering in Chicago
2016 Provincial Gathering in Chicago!
Considering the Lilies
Young Adult Gathering 2019: Telling the Story of God With Us