The mission of Spirituality Programming at Culver-Stockton College is to sustain the spirit of the College's heritage as a College of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), by providing a caring and supportive environment in which students examine their faith, discover a deep sense of their being and express it by sharing their gifts. Spiritual Programming is guided by the College Chaplain, in conjunction with the College's Ministry Council.
See a listing of local churches.
The College stresses to students the value service activities have on one's community, church and humanity. Students who perform service to others also benefit, by learning more about their personal strengths and weaknesses.
Service-Learning trips take students to communities and puts them in new situations. It gives students the opportunity to help those in need and meet many interesting people.
EXTREME DOME MAKEOVER
The College hosts Extreme Dome Makeover at the start of the academic year and invites all students to participate in service projects all over Canton to help those in need and improve the surrounding community.
SERVICE LEARNING TRIPS
- Washington D.C.
- Birmingham, Ala.
- Matamoros, Mexico
- Sites of the Holocaust in Poland
All-campus assemblies (Thanksgiving, Advent and Lent)
Community service projects
Pastoral care and spiritual guidance
Disciples on Campus
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Religion courses (through the Division of Humanities)
Service-Learning Travel (e.g. Los Villareales, Mexico)
Worship in local congregations
Care Mail (Emails informing of needs for prayer, expressions of concern or congratulations)
314 Catholic Minstries
To strengthen the caring community on campus, submit info for an email. With permission by the person, contact the chaplain with the names of faculty, administrators, staff or students, who have experienced a birth, wedding, illness/surgery or death. To submit information for a Care Mail, contact Amanda Sorenson, Chaplain, at 573-288-6420 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.