You'll find a faith family at WWU where you can grow in your spiritual walk with support from the chaplain's office as well as the University Church, the School of Theology, and caring faculty and staff. You'll experience genuine community and interactions with others who are on a similar journey with God. Campus Ministries produces over a dozen student-led worships each week and organizes local service projects. Talk with one of the chaplain's or anyone on our student leader team to learn how you can get involved.
Weekly worship opportunities
Every week on our campus, there are loads of different opportunities to worship our Creator God. Whether you prefer worshiping in a contemporary environment or a more traditional setting—there is an experience to suit your needs. Try them all to find what helps you best connect with God.
Practicing kindness is part of the culture at WWU. Giving time and attention to the causes that matter most to you can bring happiness, relieve stress, and create a better community for everyone to enjoy. Students at WWU volunteer for organizations such as the Blue Mountain Humane Society, the Christian Aid Center, and Amnesty International. At WWU, ou will find opportunities to use your unique skills and abilities in service that will help you grow and find a new sense of self-esteem while you relieve suffering and contribute to the well-being of others.
Become a leader
Campus Ministries leadership is an exciting, year-long opportunity, to learn important skills and develop your gifts in leadership. Plan events, reach out to faculty, staff, students, and help influence the spiritual life program at Walla Walla University by applying for a leadership position. During your year in leadership, you'll receive leadership development, mentoring, and the room to grow your natural leadership strengths. Being part of our team is a great way to get involved with campus life and create a fulfilling college experience.
Campus Ministries team
More than 40 students lead small-group Bible studies, organize student churches, speak for weekly worships, coordinate vespers programming, assemble volunteers to help with needs in our community, arrange CABL (Collegiate Advocates for Better Living) events, do the behind the scenes audio and visual work for worship gatherings, maintain our website, and design promotional materials for our events. Being part of our team is a great way to get involved with campus life and create a fulfilling college experience.