Mars Hill University defines religious organizations as student organizations that provide a means for students of a particular denomination or religious affiliation to interact with others.
An opportunity for students to fellowship and worship with their peers on Wednesday evenings from 6:30pm-8:30pm in Bentley Fellowship Hall. Blueprint hosts a coffee house from 6:30-7:00 before the praise band leads students in contemporary praise music, which is then followed by a local speaker or other programming.
Finally, participants break up into small groups for study, discussion and prayer.
Contact Teresa Buckner
A weekly chapel service at MHU, held Tuesday mornings at 11:00 in Broyhill Chapel. Although worship is a vital part of Crossroads, the program is designed to examine that place where faith meets reason. Sometimes the service is designed to encourage thought, and sometimes it is designed to encourage the experience of worship. But it is always about examining the impact of a living faith on the individual and on the world.
Contact Debra Alexander
An organized Christian ministry for Mars Hill University students that seeks to lead students to a committed life of faith in Jesus Christ by offering social events, and service opportunities. CSM meets the spiritual needs of MHU students by being caring and inclusive of all students. CSM meets every Tuesday at 6pm at different locations on campus that are announced through Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Daily Digest.
Contact Andrew Hoots or Debra Alexander
Presenting to athletes and coaches, and all whom they influence, the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord and serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church. FCA meets every Thursday at 8pm in Bentley Fellowship Hall.
Contact Ashley Hill
A choir that provides a place for students who desire to worship God through song, serving the student body as well as the community to spread God’s goodness by way of Gospel Music. Contact Alaysia Hackett.