When you become a Regent student, you join more than an academic community. You become part of a spiritual family. Students, professors and staff come alongside each other, supporting, encouraging and challenging growth in our relationship with God. A diverse community of people from many denominations, cultures, backgrounds and callings comprises the Regent family, all with an intentional focus on our shared Christ-centered values. That’s what makes us strong as we strive toward excellence in our studies, our work and our service to others.
Whether you’re studying online or on campus, you will find many ways to participate in the spiritual community at Regent. We invite you to experience the presence of God at Regent as you dive in fully to worship, pray, study, serve and connect. Explore Campus Ministries opportunities.
Chapel this weeK
Date: Wednesday, September 21, 2022
Students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend University Chapel as we hear from Pastor Mark Lawrence, Director of Campus Ministries. Service will begin at noon.
College Preview Weekend
Date: October 6-8, 2022
During this exciting event, high school students and their families will experience college life at Regent with classes, tours, workshops, food trucks, and more. If you know a high school junior or senior who might be interested, please invite them to register at www.regent.edu/cpw
The Wholehearted Tour
Date: Friday, October 7 at 7 PM in Shaw Chapel
The chart-topping Christian band We Are Messengers will be live in concert with special guests Jordan St. Cyr & Ryan Ellis. Purchase tickets online at regent.edu/concert.
Wednesdays at 12 p.m. – Students, faculty and staff meet in the Shaw Chapel for a time of fellowship, worship and God’s Word. Chapel features multi-denominational worship for students and faculty; allowing for many Christian faith traditions to be represented through creed, music and guest speakers. University Chapels can be watched live!
Thursdays at 8 p.m. – The student body meets for UnChapel in the Shaw Chapel, creating a vibrant community of faith, hope and love for all Regent students — both undergraduate and graduate. UnChapel is a unifying worship experience with modern worship music, relevant teaching and an opportunity for prayer ministry at the end of each service. It is a Christian college experience that you will not want to miss! Regent students, faculty and staff are invited to watch UnChapel live!
Every student is on a spiritual journey. Regent University Campus Ministries hopes to accompany and encourage you along the way. As believers, we are called to learn how to live and think more like Jesus in every aspect of life. Ultimately, we want to embark on the journey of growing into the image of the Son, Jesus Christ.
Vision: To be a catalyst that inspires every Regent student to live for the glory and kingdom of God
Mission: Campus Ministries fosters Christian community, cultivates spiritual growth and equips students to fulfill The Great Commission for every vocation.
Theme for the Year: MATURING DISCIPLES, MULTIPLYING LEADERS from Colossians 1:28 Him we proclaim, warning everyone and teaching everyone with all wisdom, that we may present everyone mature in Christ.
For more information about any of these areas, feel free to contact our office.
Life is better together! Join us for Connect Groups on Tuesday nights this semester for a time of fellowship, in-depth discussion, and application of our Freedom, Identity, and Destiny in Christ curriculum. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
If accountability, discipleship and Christian leadership are important to you, Connect Groups will encourage your spiritual vitality. Our leaders undergo extensive training and receive ongoing support through Campus Ministries. Connect Groups are available to residential and commuter students.
Campus Ministries offers service opportunities to equip and encourage our students to reach out and become involved in the community. For more information, please email email@example.com.
Once a semester, students gather for Ascribe, a night of worship and testimony through the creative arts. This is a time for students to glorify the Lord with the talents He has given them whether that is dance, song, 2D art, spoken word, poetry or more. Through Ascribe, students have the opportunity to cultivate the talents the Lord has given them and bring glory to God through their creative worship.
Serve Teams are an opportunity to serve the Regent community through volunteering for Chapel and UnChapel services. For more information and to sign up, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.