There are many ways to plug in to Campus Ministries at North Greenville University. On campus, students have opportunities to grow as believers. Discipleship Opportunities include leading/attending Bible studies, prayer groups, worship experiences, and service ministries. Life Transformation Groups consist of three students of the same sex who meet weekly for one hour to discuss Scripture, pray for those who do not know Christ, and hold each other accountable. As new believers join their group, they give birth to new groups. Campus Ministries Interns and Chaplains assist with ministries in the residence halls, giving attention to the needs of university family. Students have opportunities to encourage and establish new believers in their faith. If you are willing to plug in to any of these opportunities, contact Dr. Steve Crouse at Steve.Crouse@ngu.edu.
Campus Ministries at NGU seek to minister to the University family in a variety of ways. Chapel services provide times of community worship for the University family every Monday and Wednesday at 10:00 am throughout the academic year. These services may be viewed live through video streaming. We publish a Prayer Needs list that shares campus prayer concerns. We also communicate prayer needs through email blasts.
Athletic Ministries seeks to minister to the spiritual needs of our athletes through evangelism, discipleship, and mission and ministry opportunities. Through Women's Ministries, we seek to minister to the specific needs of our female students through mentoring, fellowship, Bible study, and accountability.
A variety of student-led Bible studies, prayer groups, and accountability groups are available. Through Life Transformation Groups, we provide discipleship opportunities for students, faculty, and staff. The groups consist of three people of the same sex who commit to meet together for one hour each week to discuss the Scriptures, pray for the lost, and for accountability. If you are interested in forming a group, please contact us at Steve.Crouse@ngu.edu.