TUESDAYS 7PM & 9PM, JESSE WRENCH AUDITORIUM, MEMORIAL UNION
Are you tired of people who are fake and impersonal? So are we! At Chi Alpha Campus Ministry, we can't claim to be perfect, but we try to be real. We desire to follow the example Jesus lived. We want to be a group of people who accept you no matter what your background is, and to really care about you and make you feel welcome no matter what. Are you interested in being part of a community like this?
We would love for you to experience the authentic friendship Chi Alpha offers, and be part of a community of people who challenge each other to become all around better people. We want to be your home away from home, where you feel comfortable to come and go from the Chi Alpha House. Come and make Chi Alpha a part of your amazing college experience. Tom and Missi, Chi Alpha Directors
This late in the semester, its always good to have people to encourage you. We start this service off by hearing from students in the ministry and how God has impacted their life this semester.
Afterwards, Tom gives what missionaries call an ask... but not for support in the traditional sense. The body of Christ is only fully effective when all of its parts are serving and pulling their weight. Tom's ask is just that, for the students of Chi Alpha to rise up and take on the responsibility of reaching the campus.
What happens when our love for one another becomes shallow? Tom Trask shares from his heart what Jesus' deeper love looks like in our lives on a daily basis.
Our student president, Blaz' Barton, speaks on how the love of God is costly and sacrificial. In order to love as Jesus loves, we must be willing to sacrifice with humility and discipline.
In our lives we need to take the time to be broken down by Jesus to become more intimate with Him. Julie Hutton speaks from John 12:1-8 about this intimacy with God.
Tom Trask talks about the value of patience, arguably one of the most important aspects of love. In loving one another, it is important to slow down our lives in order to listen to God and one another.
Mizzou students get the week off school.
Every Monday, we get together for an hour to pray for the campuses in Columbia, the ministry, and for each other.
Our Student Leadership Team gets together to discuss upcoming events for the ministry.
Every week we get together to genuinely worship God, listen to relevant teaching, and grow closer to Him and each other. We have 2 convenient service times at 7pm and 9pm so come and worship Jesus!
HO HO HO!!! Let's celebrate Christmas...
It's the awesome Chi Alpha Christmas Party!!!!
Meet at the house by 7pm and don't be late! Why? Because we will be splitting up into cars and adventuring out on a city wide scavenger hunt! You'll only have 90 minutes to determine the clues and obtain pictures of the clues and return to the house. The car full who brings back the most photos of the right stuff wins!
Along with that, we'll have random holiday games and snacks.
After that, we have our hilarious White Elephant gift exchange. If you come to the party and want to participate in this game, you'll need to bring a wrapped gift that is valued at $5. It can be something you already have or you can go and buy something. Either way, make it something people will fight over and want to take home instead of feeling like they got stuck with something lame and sad.
Examples of great/funny gifts: $5 foot long from Subway. Snuggie. A bag of small stuffed elephants. Board games. Books. $5 of ramen noodles. Coloring books. $5 movies from Wal-Mart. Gift card to Starbucks.
Examples of sad gifts: cinder block. A banana. Cloves of garlic. Raccoon urine. Used costume fairy wings for an 8 year old. Random bag of junk you find in your garage...