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Campus Ministry offers a variety of spiritual programs to help nurture the faith community at Fontbonne University. It’s important to come together to fellowship, to pray, to explore other faith traditions, to learn more about your own tradition, and to work towards a deeper understanding and affection for the God who unites us all.
The students who come together for faith sharing do so to grow in their relationship with God, to develop as spiritual leaders, to have fun together, and to be challenged to practice their faith in all they do.
Interfaith Fellowship is co-sponsored by the Offices of Campus Ministry and Service, Diversity, and Social Justice. Comprised of students, faculty, and staff, we're committed to coming together to dialogue, to learn, and to celebrate the spiritual diversity of Fontbonne. Whether you’re affiliated with a religion, secular, atheist, or searching, there’s a place at the table for you!
Our Christian Community groups form at the beginning of each semester. These groups are facilitated by trained student leaders. This group of students is committed to having fun together, building faith-centered relationships with one another, making real life connections with scripture, and deepening their prayer lives. For the fall of 2014, Christian Community groups will begin gathering the first week in September.
Other small groups or bible studies are created based on interest. If you would like to gather with a small group of folks for faith sharing, email the Director of Campus Ministry.
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