Catholic Campus Ministry
appropriates the Catholic faith tradition by gathering people of goodwill together
in a tolerant and welcoming Catholic community on campus that proclaims the Gospel
and provides opportunities for spiritual growth, service and active involvement
in the community and Church. All are welcome to participate.
Christian Fellowship is an ecumenical group of students who meet
weekly to worship through music, discussion and participation in diverse programs.
Christian Fellowship is one of the largest organizations on campus. Besides having
their weekly meetings, they regularly plan social gatherings and service projects.
Christian InterVarsity provides a group for fellowship and sharing of common
ideas, problems and challenges which the Christian athlete faces in today's world.
Activities include weekly meetings for discussion of various aspects of the Christian
faith, prayer, athletic events, and retreats. This group is open to all R-MC students
including those who do not participate in organized sports.
The Leadership Council is composed of a team of students who, with the Chaplain,
coordinate the operation of R-MC Christian Fellowship. The Council consists of Leadership
co-chairs and committee chairs for Outreach, Small Groups, Social, Service, Bible
Study and Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Amnesty International is an international human rights organization seeking
to help prisoners of conscience throughout the world (people imprisoned for their
political or religious beliefs) through letter writing and other educational efforts.
R-MC UMSF (Randolph-Macon College United Methodist Student Fellowship)
is a group of students of all denominations gathering for spiritual support and
fellowship. R-MC UMSF is a college ministry sponsored by Duncan Memorial UMC. For more information, contact Dawne
Vronek at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Episcopal Campus Ministry
(ECM) at Randolph-Macon College welcomes all Episcopalians and all who are seeking
Christ. This is a ministry for the students, staff and faculty at Randolph-Macon
College. This ministry is a part of the Outreach from St. James the Less Episcopal
Church in Ashland, Virginia. It is being re-established as a part of the Randolph-Macon
College Campus Ministries Council. We invite you to join us.