The Peer Ministry Organization


Peer Ministers commit and dedicate their efforts to serve God through praise, worship and service.  They encourage and enable the spiritual growth of other students and empower them with the gift of God’s merciful love.  Peer Ministers are active in their faith and encourage others to grow in their faith by recognizing and sharing their talents.  They strive to create a community atmosphere in which individuals of all roles, backgrounds, and faiths can come together and celebrate God’s presence.  The organization is made up of two distinct groups. 


Campus Peer Ministers: Are the work study students for the Division of Mission and Ministry.  Campus Peer Ministers provide outreach to the student population, represent the Division of Mission and Ministry university-wide, and work collaboratively among themselves as well as with other areas in order to minister to their peers.  They also directly assist the Mission and Ministry staff with the day-to-day operations of the Division, and with various events put on by the Division throughout the year.


Residential Peer Ministers: Nurture the religious, spiritual, and personal growth of students by having a presence directly within the residence halls.  Residential Peer Ministers, as well as the Campus Peer Ministry, provide outreach to the student population, represent the Division of Mission and Ministry university-wide, and work collaboratively among themselves as well as with other areas, such as Residence Life, in order to minister to their peers.


Advisor: Erin Broich, Campus Minister


Meetings: Every other Sunday, usually falling on the 2nd or 4th Sunday of the month at 6:00 p.m. in the Campus Ministry lounge