Leadership positions in the area of faith development include:
The weekly hour of Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament allows students the opportunity to reflect and pray in the quiet presence of God. The host’s responsibilities include: promoting Adoration through posters and social media; lining up a musician/singer to assist in Adoration; setting up the altar, exposition and conclusion of Adoration when a priest is not present; offering brief prayers during the hour; and maintaining communication with the peer minister and campus minister for spiritual development
Several groups meet regularly on campus to study and pray with Scripture. Get involved as a leader of an existing bible study. Or if you see a need that is not being met, then consider creating your own. Bible study leaders’ responsibilities include: meeting with the peer minister and campus minister for spiritual development at the beginning and end of each semester and other times as needed; selecting a topic, theme or particular book of the Bible for your group to study; praying with the chosen Scripture and preparing for group discussion ahead of time (discussion questions/study materials may also be provided by Campus Ministry if you prefer); maintaining a consistent meeting day/time for your group (weekly or bi-weekly); creating an environment where all group members feel comfortable contributing; and leading prayer and facilitating discussion.
Assist campus minister to plan, promote and conduct faith development opportunities for students, including special events
For more information on any of the leadership opportunities mentioned above, contact jstagni [at] stedwards.edu (Josh Stagni).