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Religious Life Student Organizations


Christian worship involves encountering God and recognizing that we are a community called by God through Christ. In our worship, we offer honor and reverence to God through our prayer, praise and proclamation. We welcome God's words of comfort and challenge and in response to God's love, we offer to each other respect, encouragement and support.


Our spirituality is a measure of our spiritual maturity, which results from our spiritual growth. We grow spiritually as we love God, by serving God and we serve God by loving our neighbor. Here are some ways to both reflect on and practice that love:


Fellowship is defined as, "The condition of sharing similar interests, ideals or experiences, as by reason of profession, religion or nationality. The companionship of individuals in a congenial atmosphere and on equal terms." As children of God, we are connected by the spirit of God in each of us. We are further connected by our faith, our major and our interests, giving rise to fellowship with one another.


The Bible puts it this way: "Faith without works is dead." So we serve others to keep God's spirit vibrant and alive in us.

Ada Friends Integrates college students and Ada elementary students in a mentorship program similar to a Big Sisters/Big Brothers program.Integrates college students and Ada elementary students in a mentorship program similar to a Big Sisters/Big Brothers program.
Christian Pharmacists Fellowship International   Christian Pharmacists Fellowship International (CPFI) is a worldwide, interdenominational ministry of individuals working in all areas of pharmaceutical service and practice. We welcome all Christian pharmacy majors – if you are someone who has a lot of interest in the world of pharmacy then CPFI is for you. CPFI hosts multiple speakers each semester, who share their pharmacy experiences in order to promote growth in members as Christians, pharmacists and people.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes You will have the chance to talk to other students (both athletes and non-athletes) about the joys and challenges of living life as a Christian.
Habitat for Humanity Our mission is to eliminate substandard housing worldwide by building decent, inexpensive, adequate homes for families who need them.
Kappa Phi Kappa Phi was born to unite young college women in a common purpose of strengthening their lives so that in everyday living they will be able to stand true to Christian principles. Belief in Jesus Christ as the Son of God and perfect example for the children of God is the basic concept for which the Club stands.
Merge Merge is a weekly small-group opportunity for students to spend time talking about everyday life, personal experiences on campus, and issues of faith and belief.
Muslim Student Association Promotes unity and inter-religious dialogue and understanding.
Newman Club A student-run organization built on Catholic Christian ideals designed to serve the University community through religious, social, service and educational activities.
Northern Christian Fellowship We are a body of passionate followers of Jesus Christ. Our goal is to create opportunities for people in all places of their journey toward a Christ-like life to grow and to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ to all those who have not heard it. We believe that everything starts with love, and we strive to show Christ's love in all that we do. We use small groups, discipleship pairs and a large-group meeting (Thursday nights at 9 p.m.) to help people grow closer to God so that they, in turn, will go spread the good news.
Sigma Theta Epsilon Interdenominational Christian organization that reaches out to both the campus and surrounding communities through service and witnessing.
Technology Team Provides audio and visual support for Chapel programs. Members of the team rotate through various jobs, such as soundboard, presentation and camera operation.
Religious Life

Dr. David MacDonald

English Chapel 114
525 South Main Street
Ada, Ohio 45810
8 a.m.-5 p.m.
8 a.m.-5 p.m.
8 a.m.-5 p.m.
8 a.m.-5 p.m.
8 a.m.-5 p.m.