Ministry Leaders provide ministry for fellow students—using their energy and efforts in positive ways to give others a positive experience of faith in action. Leaders plan and execute programs that will contribute to the spiritual welfare of all Avila students through PRAYER, SERVICE, and COMMUNITY activities.
The purpose of a ministry leader is to uphold given responsibilities so that all of the ministry needs are met.
If you would like to be a Ministry Leader and serve on the prayer, community, or service pillar committees, please stop by our offices on the first floor of Carondelet, say hi and we'll show you around. To receive the weekly Campus Ministry general interest email, or to learn more about becoming a Ministry Leader, contact Julie Schneider at firstname.lastname@example.org, and for updates on what we're doing, follow @AvilaMinistry on Twitter or like Avila Campus Ministries on Facebook.
Campus Ministry Performance Grants
are offered to incoming freshman and transfer students who have been actively involved in:
• church or school ministries, such as youth group, campus ministry, social justice club, service club, etc.
• service and community engagement, such as participation in service trips or local service projects
• leadership positions at school
and would like to further those skills in the context of campus ministries at Avila. Those who qualify for a ministry performance grant and are encouraged to apply!
Grants for up to $2000 a year are renewable with the recommendation of the Avila Campus Ministry staff.