At Grove City College, we believe spiritual formation is a critical component of developing mature, competent graduates. We envision a campus community that is grounded in Christ-centered worship, shaping us individually and corporately. We seek to engage in whole-life discipleship, building up believers with the good news of Jesus and by the power of the Holy Spirit. And we are focused on manifesting the Kingdom of God by reaching out in love to our campus, to local neighborhoods, and to the “ends of the earth.”
Chapel services are held twice a week on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, as well as on Sunday evenings for Vespers services. Chapel services include corporate worship, biblical preaching, and Christian testimony.
Men’s and women’s discipleship programs are designed to engage students in whole-life discipleship by providing opportunities to discuss the implications of Christ’s redemptive work in every aspect of life.
Ministry groups serve our on-campus community and also fulfill the needs of many in our surrounding area. On campus, our organizations meet regularly for fellowship, Bible study, and prayer while our off-campus ministries serve locally as the hands and feet of Christ.
Students have the opportunity to manifest the Kingdom of God in the United States and “to the ends of the earth” through Inner City Outreach trips and Red Box Global Outreach programs. Both programs are student initiated and allow students to serve in a wide variety of settings and roles.
Mission & Service Trips