Wednesdays from 7:30-8:30 p.m. in the CSD Conference Room
For more information, please email Lauren Becker.
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
Thursdays at 8:00 p.m. at the Center for Faith and Inquiry
Led by Matt Johnson and Jacqueline Tetrault
Catholic Student Fellowship is a student run ministry dedicated to helping Catholics students on Gordon college campus grow in their faith. It also seeks to help all interested students at Gordon learn more about Catholicism through meetings and campus events.
COMPANIONS FOR THE JOURNEY
A mentoring program that pairs students with faculty or staff members for year-long mentoring relationships. Pairs meet weekly to talk through a curriculum focusing on issues such as vocation, family, relationships, faith and identity.
A mentoring program that pairs juniors and seniors with freshmen and sophomores for year-long mentoring relationships. Pairs meet weekly for mutual encouragement, prayer, and support as they seek to grow in Christ.
Led by Elliot Rogers
The Men's Ministry of Gordon College seeks to transform the male students at Gordon College into men that live by the Word of God and by the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Its purpose is to create opportunities for Gordon College male students to grow in their deep calling as men of God. It is all for His glory and all by His grace.
Led by Jenna Cochran and Katherine Allison
Our leadership team meets on Mondays at 8:30 p.m., and our campus events are scattered throughout the semester.
Gordon College Women's Ministry strives to encourage women in their pursuit of Christ and Truth by creating environments for community discussion and conversation. These conversations, concerning points of heart, mind, and soul, will have the purpose of inspiring firm foundations for holistically formed women to continue embracing their journeys towards calling and vocation as leaders in the Kingdom of the Lord.
Thursdays at 8:00 p.m. in Lewis Hall
Led by Ali Rabideau and Monica McBee
E-Lift is an encouragement ministry that focuses mainly on letter writing. We write to people both on and off campus. Meetings involve writing letters, good fellowship, and hot beverages.
SPIRITUAL LIFE GROUPS
Spiritual Life Groups are student-led small group book and Bible studies 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 spiritual friendships. Spiritual Life Groups consist of anywhere from three to twelve members who come together weekly for prayer, fellowship and discussion. 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
Led by Evan Keegan and Miski Villalobos
More Info Coming Soon
HPN (HOLLYWOOD PRAYER NETWORK)
Various events throughout the year
Led by Terry Sterling
Founded by Hollywood producer Karen Covell, the Hollywood Prayer Network encourages and builds a movement of prayer in order to invite God to do a miraculous work in the global entertainment industry. At Gordon, the Hollywood Prayer Network ministry leads with a focus on prayer for the entertainment industry as well as for the students who feel called to enter into it. HPN strives to help students grow deeper in their faith by providing them with a chance to engage with the entertainment industry using their Christian perspective. Our events are followed by discussion and prayer, which facilitate productive conversation about what it means to be a Christian in this materialistic industry.