Religious Activities

Religious Activities

Campus Crusade for Christ is an interdenominational, student-led, Christian organization whose mission is to win students to the Lord, build them up in their faith and send them out into the world to do evangelism. At Grove City College we provide strong fellowship and evangelism opportunities.

DRIVE (Drama Reaching Inner-city Visual Evangelism)
The purpose of DRIVE is to use nonverbal drama as a platform to share the love of God and the salvation available through Jesus with those who do not know Him. Street corner evangelism (miming) is one method used to introduce and foster Christianity among people of different languages or young people.

This group is open to men and women athletes and to those interested in athletics who have a Christian perspectives of play and competition. The national purpose of FCA is to confront athletes and coaches with the challenges and adventure of following Christ. Meetings are held Sunday evenings and include singing, discussion, Bible study and/or athletics.

The purpose of this organization is to encourage Grove City College students to seek a Christian perspective in education and to provide an opportunity for those students to develop and understanding of Christian principles and ideas within this context. The FCE provides a service for those interested in expanding their awareness of the place, function and result of Christianity in the classroom.

IVMF is a campus ministry that seeks to foster a servant’s attitude toward each other and those around us, while maintaining a constant vision for missions worldwide. Our goal is to promote a sacrificial lifestyle of prayer and outreach through a community in Christ, committed to advancing God’s Kingdom near and far. We offer many ways to get involved both on and off campus, including, but not limited to: weekly impact meetings, small groups, prayer meetings, weekend retreats, outreaches to Slippery Rock University and an annual Missions Conference.

The International Justice Mission is dedicated to the Christian purpose of advancing the scriptural mandate to help people suffering injustice and oppression who cannot rely on local authorities for relief. IJM informs and educates others regarding these injustices. IJM brings to light human rights violations and supports (monetarily) lawyers who support victims and enforcement of those corrected injustices.

Koinonia, a Greek word meaning intimate fellowship, is the idea on which this group is based. Celebrating the good news, the group meets twice a week to sing, study the Bible and prepare worship services for the community. The Gospel Team travels to local and distant churches to lead congregations in worship through song, prayer and the spoken word. Gospel team meets Monday evenings for practice and a time of fellowship. Meetings on Wednesdays are for Bible studies, praise and prayer. Membership is open to anyone willing to commit to the ministry.

The Life Advocates is a non-denominational group bound by their convictions concerning the Biblical truths with regard to the issues of abortion, infanticide and euthanasia. They believe that the value of human life is an issue of universal public concern and not merely a matter of personal morality. Their purpose is to inform the college community about local and national issues concerned with the value of human life. Meetings are bi-monthly.

Men for God is a non-denominational Christ-centered ministry for men of our campus. The mission of Men of God  is to challenge males to be Godly men of integrity who will influence the Grove City community and beyond. As an equipping ministry the organization hosts monthly meetings and training programs to encourage men to be accountable to God and to each other.

New Grace is a singing group that proclaims the good news of the Gospel. This group is comprised of 19 members who are enthusiastic and dedicated to using their musical talents to glorify the Lord. New Grace travels to churches and proclaim the Word of God through song and testimony. New Grace Singers are active on campus, performing in Chapel and other events.

NEW LIFE (George Jr. Republic Outreach)
Members of this outreach offer hope and a chance for new life to the young men at a local juvenile delinquent placement center, George Junior Republic. New Life members can participate in Thursday evening youth meetings, individual cottage Bible studies, various chapel services and on-campus prayer teams. Special events also occur throughout the year.

The Newman Club is a fellowship organization that seeks to meet the needs of Catholic students on campus and seeks to educate all interested students about the Catholic faith. The goals of the group are Christian fellowship. intellectual and spiritual edification, and community service. All students may participate in any of the activities, which are announced in a weekly newsletter.

The Polk Christian Outreach is a group that ministers to the mentally and physically handicapped adults at Polk Canter, a state-run institution in Polk, PA. The group hold weekly worship services for 40-50 individuals including songs, a short devotion and prayer. The group also holds Bible studies, arts and craft time, and basketball games. Students meet at 6:30 p.m. in North Lobby every Wednesday evening to depart for the center. No special skills are required.

Project Okello seeks to educate and inform the campus community regarding the very difficult situation(s) facing the nation of Uganda and the surrounding countries; specifically, the plight of the children who have lost their youth to this conflict region in Central Africa. Project Okello assists by praying, serving and helping to meet some of the many needs of Christians in the region and the Ugandan Christian church specifically.

Steel City Ministries serves the Pittsburgh area with Christian service and support. From tutoring city youth with their school work, to working in neighborhoods to help revitalize communities. These students work under the banner of serving others in the name of Christ.

Stonebridge Concerts is a Christ centered organization that strives to invite to campus musical artist who will offer Christian ministry through their music. Stonebridge’s aim is to provide Grove City College with artists who will bring glory to God through a variety of musical performance styles.

Warriors for Christ, as a group of committed Christians, strives to be used in ushering in God’s spirit of revival on campus. Their goal is pursued through a meeting time of praise, corporate prayer and teaching. Outside of the meeting, small prayer groups are organized for a time of sharing personal concerns, along with praying for the needs of the campus.

Women of Faith are Grove City College women who seek to meet and worship together as they grow in their commitment to Jesus.

Young Life is an international evangelical organization with the primary goal of presenting Christianity to high school students: This is accomplished by building personal relationships, weekly meetings (called “Club”), and taking the high school students to Young Life summer camps. Responsibilities of a Young Life leader are Club, Campaigners (Bible study for students) and contact work at the high school. Leaders also meet weekly for time of fellowship, worship and prayer.

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​Chapel services are the common expression of our Christian faith as members of the campus community.​​

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Ministry Groups

​Students are encouraged to get involved in these groups to learn from one another, make a positive impact on the world and to embark on their spiritual journeys together.​​

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Student Government Association

The Student Government Association is the principal student governing body.
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Office of International Education

​At Grove City College, we believe that travel is essential for growth. That’s why we make it as easy and affordable as possible for our students to study abroad.

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Residence Life

​Over 93 percent of our students live on campus where they become a part of a friendly, close-knit living and learning community.​​

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Campus Organizations

​There are over 130 student clubs and organizations. Special interest groups, faith-based and service organizations, honorary groups, fraternities and sororities are all led by students and supported by faculty and staff advisors.​

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