Greensboro College is affiliated with the United Methodist Church and seeks to be a diverse campus of people from all faith traditions and no faith traditions. You will find opportunities to grow in your own faith through numerous small groups, weekly chapel services, and community service opportunities.
The Campus Chaplain is an ordained Methodist minister and is available to all students who seek to grow in the faith and spiritual life while upon campus. The chaplain’s office is located on the first floor of the Student Center. He teaches courses in the Religion Department and is available for conversation by appointment.
Chapel is held each Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to 12 p.m., usually in Hannah Brown Finch Memorial Chapel. All are welcome to attend!
Sunday Night Live is held at 8 p.m. each Sunday at College Place United Methodist Church with great music and a message.
A Prayer and Meditation Room is available and open for prayers, meditation, or quiet contemplation on the second floor of Main Building. This space is open during normal hours from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Other opportunities for worship within your own tradition are available in Greensboro. The campus chaplain can assist in helping you find a place to serve and worship.
“Chapel always had great music and a great message! All the Religious Life events I went to provided a great learning and fun atmosphere.”
~ Meredith K., student
The organizations available on campus include the following:
Students can volunteer through our community outreach office — Village 401, named after our zip code, 27401. Students contribute to the community through service projects, Boys & Girls Club events, the GC Urban Garden, alternative Spring Break trips, and more. Stop by the office in the Student Center to find ways to volunteer and work in this office!
The Church and College Scholars program is for students who have an interest in the area of church leadership. The Church and College Scholars internships are available to students and area churches to provide a hands-on experience in the church leadership environment. The Church and College Scholars positions are open during each semester with a variety of positions available at area churches.
“I feel that I can still be myself while growing in my faith and relationship with God.”
~ Jomar S., student
For more information, please contact:
The Rev. Dr. Robert Brewer
Campus Chaplain and Assistant Professor of Religion
336-272-7102, ext. 5597
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