Episcopal Campus Ministry at Kansas State University

EXPLORE your beliefs. GROW knowledge and LOVE of your neighbors and God.  EMBRACE faith. 
Critical questions and newcomers welcomed :-)

 
Our 2012-2013 Campus Ministry Team
 
(from left to right)
  
Taylor Mather (Intern), 
Wyatt Iams, 
Naomi Cunningham, 
The Rev. Michael Bell (diocesan Campus Missioner),
Olivia Divish,
Kathryn Rush, and 
Hannah Clayton.



internKSU@episcopal-ks.org (to reach our full-time Intern in-residence)

ksucanterbury@ksu.edu (to reach our supervising missioner)



Mondays
6:30pm - 8:30pm: Free dinner followed by an educational program/discussion and then a brief worship service at the Canterbury House (for currently enrolled K-State students)

Tuesdays:
6:30am-9:30am: Free community breakfast prepared and served by volunteers out of the "Happy Kitchen" at St. Paul's Episcopal Church at 6th and Poyntz (all are welcome to volunteer with us) CLICK HERE TO SIGN-UP TO VOLUNTEER or email our intern at internKSU@episcopal-ks.org 

Wednesdays:
1:30pm-2:00pm: Centering in the Center - a quiet prayer service on-campus in Danforth Chapel (all are welcome)
8:30pm-10:00pm: Brewing on Belief- theological discussions and fellowship at Aggie Station in Aggieville (all are welcome; 21+ after 10pm)

Sundays:
 @ St. Paul's--Sunday Services at St. Paul's Episcopal Church (6th and Poyntz), 8am-Rite I (older traditional language), 10am-Rite II (more modern language), 11:30am-Contemporary Service (casual)

Let us know if you need a ride or otherwise want to meet us there (just because you might be a newcomer doesn't mean you need to feel alone)


St. Francis Canterbury House 
1823 Laramie Street
Manhattan KS 66502

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Our Episcopal campus ministries through St. Francis Canterbury House at K-State are SafeZone environments.







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