Our 21 campus ministry organizations offer many opportunities to minister to the community and worship the Lord alongside hundreds of other students. These groups provide places for you to grow in your faith, discover your calling, build meaningful relationships, and participate in a community marked by service and abiding respect for one another.
Contact Virginia West, Director of Christian Formation, with any questions or to connect with the student leader of one of these organizations.
The Apologetics Club discusses issues pertaining to the existence of God and the truth of Christianity. Topics include arguments on the existence of God, other religious views, and the epistemology and psychology behind beliefs. The club strives for open, honest, and intellectually stimulating discussion while considering the rationality of different beliefs. Meetings are perfect opportunities for students to openly discuss questions about God and Christianity with peers in a non-dogmatic setting. Members strengthen their ability to share and defend their beliefs and gain a better understanding of Christianity.
DRIVE is a student-led organization that shares the message of God’s love through creative, Gospel-centered dramas set to music.
FCA is a ministry open to athletes and those who enjoy sports. FCA hosts discussions, games, and events that center around using sports as a platform to talk about the Gospel and Christ.
FCE meet regularly to fellowship through worship, devotion, discussion, and service while encouraging each other to become the teachers God desires them to be.
IJM is designed to help fight injustice in the world today. IJM’s purpose is to increase awareness of and activism toward human trafficking, nationally and internationally, through discussions, campus speakers, and events.
KGT ministers to local churches through testimony, worship, and praise during worship services. There is no audition necessary to join this musical group, and emphasis is placed on fellowship within the group.
Life Advocates is a ministry group that seeks to minister to "the least of these" by advocating on behalf of the unborn through prayer, education, and compassion.
Men of God is a Christ-centered ministry that seeks to serve the men of Grove City College through small group Bible studies and accountability groups.
New Life focuses its ministry on the men housed at George Junior Republic, a juvenile detention center located in Grove City. New Life ministers to these men by sharing the Gospel message, showing them love, and investing into their lives.
The Newman Club meets weekly with the purpose of educating, supporting, and uniting the Catholic students of Grove City College. The club educates students of all faith traditions to a deeper understanding of the Catholic faith.
Orthodox Christian Fellowship seeks to experience and witness the Orthodox Christian Church through community life, prayer, service to others, and the study of the faith.
Polk Christian Outreach provides opportunities for ministry through service to adults with special needs (both physical and mental disabilities) who reside at the Polk Center approximately 20 miles from campus. Students interactive with residents through singing, worship, Scripture reading, coloring, fellowship, playing games, and doing craft projects.
The Prison Ministry equips Grove City College students with the tools, knowledge, and spiritual insight necessary to minister to, encourage, and build relationships with the inmates of Mercer County Jail.
Project Okello seeks to be an instrument of hope, healing, and Christ’s love to the people of Uganda and surrounding nations through prayer and action. The ministry supports three missionary partners in Eastern Africa through prayer, fundraising, and awareness.
Stigma works to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illness on Grove City College’s campus. The group provides a supportive community for those suffering from mental illness and strives to communicate an understanding of mental illness and its effects.
Student Mission Fellowship encourages missionally-minded students to pursue God’s heart for the world and to pray for the unreached and unchurched. The fellowship gathers regularly to pray for global needs, equips students for mission experiences, and provides a network of like-minded students.
Warriors for Christ lead worship every Thursday night in the chapel. The major purpose of Warriors is to provide a time for students to worship individually and collectively. All are welcome.
Women of Faith focuses on meeting the needs of women and providing opportunities to deepen relationships with one another and with Christ. The organization coordinates events that allow for fellowship and mentorship and provides service opportunities.
Young Life builds relationships with students in area middle and high schools throughout the week so that they may encounter the Gospel and a relationship with Christ.