Living Faith Through Community, Dialogue & Service
Emmaus Campus Ministry at the University of Montana
Emmaus Campus Ministry was recently awarded a $100,000 grant by the Lilly Foundation! As our grants and other funding continue to be dynamic, we are extremely grateful for this funding, which will be used the next five years, to support our new Leadership, Faith and Social Action program and internships.
Engaging young adults to find their place & purpose in life.
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Leadership, Faith, & Social Action
Wednesday nights, 6:00-8:00 pm at Emmaus House, 532 University Ave. Starting August 31st
A seminar for students of all faith perspectives who are interested in how faith traditions inspire and ground us toward helping others and seeking justice in the world. Also offered as a two credit course: SW491 (optional Honors course) Click here for more information.
Dinner & Discussion
Every Sunday, 6:00 - 8:00 pm, at Emmaus House 532 University Ave.
Share a home-cooked, delicious meal and conversation on faith, life and social justice.
Blackfoot River Rafting Retreat
September 9th, 10th and 11th
A camping and rafting retreat with good food, new friends, great conversations and a kick-off for the new school year.
Friends In Need
Fall Semester, 2016
Emmaus is looking for students who wish to be active with volunteer work in their community, create tangible change, and discuss ideas about youth, spirituality, leadership, and community action. Contact Lindsey Buck for details.
Spring Break Service Trip
March 17th-26th, Vancouver B.C.
Get your passports ready for an immersion and cultural exploration trip of the great city of Vancouver B.C. Cost is $200 plus some meals and expenses. Honors credit available. Contact Pastor John ASAP if interested. Our initial pre-trip meeting will be early Feb.