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Faith and Spiritual Life

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Welcome to college, where you’ll find the time and the tools to find your path — both academically and spiritually. Here, you can start connecting the pieces of your life: the spiritual dimension, your deep commitments, and your family and friends. How do you put it all together?

College is more than job preparation. It is a lab for learning about life. You are invited to join us as we strive to figure things out day by day. We have a lot to give each other. Why not come and see for yourself?

On-Campus Opportunities

MBC offers numerous opportunities for you to explore the spiritual side of life. Find what you seek here, or start your own group.

Anointed Voices of Praise (AVP) is MBC’s student-directed, traveling music ministry of traditional and contemporary gospel music.
Director: Rev. Andrea Cornett-Scott

Baldwin Christian Ministries (BCM) connects interdenominational Christian students in prayer and play, Bible study, and community service. BCM hosts a faculty colloquium called the Mars Hill Lecture Series about connections between faith and learning.

Campus Crusade for Christ (CCC) is about fellowship and sharing the faith. This Christian group welcomes all denominations and seeks opportunities to study and discuss the Bible, worship, and pray in a group setting. 

Greater Things Dance Ministry is a student choreographed and directed liturgical dance ministry seeking to promote spiritual growth through movement. The choreography embraces African-American dance expression.
Advisor: Rev. Andrea Cornett-Scott

The Quest Program encourages the pursuit of spiritual meaning through religious growth, intellectual honesty, and service to community. The program provides a forum and a path of guided study for students of all religions to explore, celebrate, and learn from differences.

Majors and Minors in Religion

MBC offers the following majors and minors that are often considered by students wanting to pursue religion-based career paths. For more information, contact James Gilman of the Philosophy and Religion Department.

African-American Studies
Ministry
Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution
Philosophy
Philosophy and Religion
Religion