Goshen College offers plenty of opportunities to explore your faith in one-on-one and group settings.
Table Grace is comprised of a group of upper-level students and first-years who meet in the apartments or small group houses for food, games and friendship to help ease the first years’ transition to college life. These small groups welcome the new students into a mentoring community and provide a place where the students can meet with God and peers.
Campus Ministers are available to support, guide and comfort you. You are welcome to contact campus ministries anytime you need spiritual support to get you through a rough time.
Some local spiritual directors offer special student discounts. Students can also be guided in the practice of peer-to-peer spiritual friendship.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
A student club who meet several times a month for prayer, Bible study, and support. See Communicator announcements for details, or contact the campus pastor for more information.
A student club who meets weekly for prayer, support, and Bible study. See Communicator announcements for details, or contact the campus pastor for more information.
Hymn Sing Club
A student club who meets weekly for a hymn sing. See Communicator announcements for details, or contact the campus pastor for more information.
A student club who seeks to learn about a variety of expressions of faith through conversation, field trips, etc. See Communicator announcements for details, or contact the campus pastor for more information.
Grief Support Group
Have you recently experienced the death of someone close to you? Depending upon student interest and need, we can facilitate a support group that will meet throughout the semester to listen to one another and to lend support to each other. Contact Campus Ministries for more information.
GGC is a mentoring opportunity in which a Goshen College student is paired with a resident of Greencroft, a nearby continuing care retirement community.
Retreats (Personal and Small Group)
The campus pastors can help you develop your own retreat and suggest various local places of interest to hold your retreat … a great floor activity! Possible locations: College Cabin, Merry Lea.