Spiritual Life Groups are student-led small groups that meet on campus for at least one semester. The goals of Spiritual Life Groups are two-fold: 1) students will grow deeper in their relationship with Jesus Christ, and 2) students will develop meaningful friendships that support their Christian formation. Spiritual Life Groups consist of anywhere from three to twelve members who come together weekly for Bible study, prayer, discussion and support. Occasionally, faculty and staff lead Spiritual Life Groups as well.
If you would like to read more about the groups offered this semester, go to www.gordon.edu/spiritualgroups.
Contact Lauren Becker for more information on Spiritual Life Groups.
P 978 867 4707
Barnabas is an anonymous ministry that encourages students to take seriously the work of loving their neighbors. Students involved in Barnabas creatively brainstorm and execute various projects on campus—ranging from decorating a professor’s office to leaving care packages and notes in students’ mailboxes, to sending thank you cards to physical plant and dining services employees in recognition of their behind-the-scenes work. Students in the ministry meet together weekly to fellowship and plan the week’s projects.
CATHOLIC STUDENT FELLOWSHIP
Catholic Student Fellowship (CSF) is a student run ministry dedicated to helping Catholics students on Gordon college campus grow in their faith. CSF welcomes all Catholic students and those with an interest in Catholicism to their many events, including a weekly worship meeting, opportunities to attend mass, and off-campus excursions.
CHINESE STUDENT MINISTRY
The newly formed Chinese Student Ministry (CSM) was begun by well-regarded leaders in the evangelical Chinese Church for the purpose of discipling Chinese Gordon College students in a way that takes into account the intricacies of their cultural context. Weekly gatherings include dinner, worship, Bible study and prayer. The CSM is currently studying the book of Romans.
Harvest Student Ministry is an interdenominational student ministry which seeks to equip students to utilize their spiritual gifts to impact Gordon College, the surrounding community and the world for the advancement of God’s kingdom and the edification of His church. Ministry areas of focus include evangelism, prayer of intercession, and musical and artistic worship.
KOREAN STUDENT MINISTRY
Led by Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary mentored ministry students, the Korean Student Ministry (KSM) exists to provide a hospitable place of discipleship in the Christian faith for Gordon College’s Korean students and those desiring to be part of the KSM community. KSM meets weekly for a time of worship and Biblical learning, as well as for traditional Korean food.
Gordon College Men’s Ministry is made up of small groups that meet regularly in the dorms for Bible study, prayer, fellowship and accountability. Men’s Ministry also partners with local churches and organizations to serve the community in various ways.
Gordon College Women’s Ministry is committed to gathering together women on campus for the purpose of pursuing authentic relationships with one another and with God. Each semester, Women’s Min hosts events dealing specifically with topics of interest to women such as sex trafficking, disordered eating, body image and self-defense in a way that integrates a Biblical perspective and promotes a Christ-like response.