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University of Alberta
Rev. Richard Reimer
169E HUB International
University of Alberta
Edmonton, AB T6G 2E1
ph.: (780) 492-4513
fax: (780) 492-4643
website: U of A Campus Ministry
Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT)
Dana Rayment e-mail: email@example.com
University of Calgary & Mount Royal
Rev. Margaret Propp
373 MacEwan Student Centre
University of Calgary
Calgary, AB T2N 1N4
ph.: (403) 220-3899
fax: (403) 284-0069
Rev. Craig Wentland
F219, Augustana Campus, U of A
4901 – 46 Avenue
Camrose, AB T4V 2R3
ph.: (780) 679-1535
fax: (780) 679-1601
website: Augstana Chaplaincy
University of Lethbridge/Lethbridge College
Ecumenical Campus Ministry
Rev. Canon Erin Phillips
2406 11 St. S.
Lethbridge, AB T1K 0K8
ph.: (403) 382-0294
fax: (403) 327-4188
Ecumenical Campus Ministry – Medicine Hat College Chaplaincy
Rev. George Koopmans
299 College Drive SE
Medicine Hat, AB – Canada
ph.: (403) 581-8199
Participate in Campus Ministry Sunday This Fall
Check out the new video from Rev. Craig Wentland (Chaplain at Augustana) about innovative initiatives in campus ministry during the pandemic.
Dear Pastor, Parish Worker, or Administrator:
We are writing to ask that your congregation support our synod’s campus ministries by holding a Campus Ministry Sunday this fall. On this Sunday, campus ministry would be highlighted during worship, and the loose offering would be designated for it—across the synod, or for a particular campus ministry. You may include special prayers, a bulletin insert, a postcard, or even have a guest presentation. We have enclosed the materials necessary to hold such a Sunday.
Why hold a Campus Ministry Sunday? Campus ministry excels at supporting young adults during a crucial, formative time in their lives, when they wrestle with questions of identity, vocation, and the challenges and opportunities of post-secondary education. In campus ministry, students are engaged head and heart and make life-long connections with Christ and other Christians. They are also prepared to live out their calling to be disciples of Christ in many different positions in society. Did you know that campus ministries are one of the main places where people without a church background are reached with the Gospel?
Your congregation’s participation in this annual appeal is vital to supporting this synod-wide ministry. It’s a ministry that no congregation could do alone, but together we cover seven Alberta campuses in five cities, served by six part-time or full-time chaplains.
Congregations benefit greatly from this investment. Many lay leaders, as well as many of our pastors and deacons, have emerged out of campus ministries. Also, in an age where almost everybody goes to college or university, it is in the interest particularly of rural congregations that their young adults are looked after spiritually when they leave home to go to school.
If you would like to invite a guest speaker for your Campus Ministry Sunday, please contact us. Many thanks for your support, and may God bless your congregation.
P.S. If you know someone who recently started at one of the campuses we serve, we invite you to refer them to the respective chaplain.
Links for fall Campus Ministry Sunday:
Bulletin Announcements Campus Ministry Sunday
Campus Ministry is a valuable and important ministry of the Synod of Alberta and the Territories and its congregations and individual members.
Currently ministry is offered at six post-secondary institutions: Augustana Chaplaincy – University of Alberta, Camrose; University of Alberta, Edmonton; NAIT, Edmonton; University of Calgary, Calgary; the Ecumenical Campus Ministry, Lethbridge at the University of Lethbridge and Lethbridge College, as well as the Ecumenical Campus Ministry at Medicine Hat College, Medicine Hat.