Advocacy and Awareness (A+A)
Advocacy and Awareness exists to sound a call for justice and compassion in a world of injustice and suffering. "Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter." -- MLK Jr. (Chance Lewandowski, Student Coordinator)
Ministry with Persons Differently-Abled
Enrich your life and enlarge your world by becoming friends with and learning from persons who live with various disabilities.
(Maggie Torbeck, Student Coordinator)
Spend an hour a week in physical recreation with kids who attend Park Place Community Center’s afterschool program or help lead an everyother Saturday club for kids whose parents are incarcerated.
(Kayla Price, , Student Coordinator)
Pendleton Juvenile Corrections
Share an hour a week with adolescents at a correctional facility, building relationships of mutual challenge and encouragement.
(Hannah Jenkins and Becca Porter, Student Coordinators)
Experience the reality and power of prayer with other students through workshops and prayer groups. The Prayer Ministry also oversees the Prayer Room, located in the Morrison House basement, which is open to all. (Claire Brown, Student Coordinator)
Vision Revision brings to campus artists, workshops, concerts, art shows and a week of chapels that will encourage the imagination and the arts as avenues through which to see life, faith and God from new perspectives.
(Nancy Furness, Student Coordinator)
Spend part of a Saturday meeting tangible needs through projects like building a wheelchair ramp, cleaning an inner-city mission, or participating in a White River clean-up.
(Corey Pasman, Student Coordinator)