campus ministry coordinators
Engaging A Relational Environment
Community on the college campus is basically a set of personal, dependable and durable relationships that are based in the values of the college students. At Huntington, it is also a place where students find themselves sustained spiritually and emotionally. The heart of the Campus Ministry Coordinator (CMC) program is not really a program ministry at all, but a relational peer ministry. The goal is to create a supportive environment in the dorm where students can begin to share their joys, fears and vulnerabilities. In essence, the CMC creates a safe environment for students to tell their stories and develop intimate relationships with one another. Each dorm floor moves at its own pace, reflecting people’s spiritual journeys as individuals and as a floor unit.
What is a CMC?
A person with God-given capacity and God-given responsibility who engages students on a specific dorm floor in enhancing their faith journey.
Through effective leadership, each CMC offers many opportunities that challenge and stimulate the student’s faith journey. Some of the possible opportunities include: dorm worship, Bible studies, prayer groups, outreach projects, topical discussion groups, adult/staff/other-led discipleship groups, topical/book discussion groups, Ekklesia services and much more.
What The Students Are Saying
Meet our 2010-2011 CMCs