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									The Forbes House Fellowship is an interdenominational campus ministry open to all UM
students. Located one block from campus at the corner of Valley and Vine, the Forbes House
Student Center is:
    - A place to worship…
    - A place to serve…
    - A place to laugh…
    - A place to ask questions
    - A place to be…
Come for worship, fellowship and snacks on Sundays at 5:30 PM. Other opportunities include
worship, special events, and mission activities. The Forces House Fellowship is a joint ministry
of Montevallo Presbyterian Church and University Baptist Church. Look for the yellow house on
the corner of Valley and Vine (1 block from the Vine St. campus gate) with the “Presbyterian
Student Center” sign in the yard.
Contact: Wendy Hare 205-665-7360 wendyharempc@charter.net
Campus Outreach is an interdenominational ministry whose vision statement is “Multiplying
Christ-like Leaders.” The three areas we love and have a desire for are:
    - To see a Jesus-centered, Spirit led movement of God at UM
    - Reaching those who do not know the beautiful, life changing news of the gospel of Christ
    - And developing leaders who are trained and equipped to walk with God for a lifetime to
        impact and influence those around them.
We meet in Comer Auditorium on Campus on Wednesday nights at 9 PM.
Contact: Rob Shaw 205-999-2945 rshaw@campusoutreach.org
Website: www.cobirmingham.org

Campus Ministry Association
The Campus Ministry Association (CMA) at the University of Montevallo is a group of campus
ministers, pastors, University of Montevallo officials, and others concerned with promoting and
providing effective campus ministry. While the various churches and denominations sponsor
events separately, the CMA also sponsors cooperative events each year, including:
-R.A. luncheon: A chance to welcome and encourage
- Resident Hall Chaplains: Every resident hall is served by a pastor or campus minister as
chaplain.
- International Thanksgiving Dinner: A traditional, home-cooked Thanksgiving Dinner for
international students.
There is a place for everyone in campus ministry at UM!

Baptist Campus Ministries
         Baptist Campus Ministries (BCM) is a ministry for all U of M students, focused on student’s
spiritual development through missions, worship, evangelism, fellowship, and discipleship. We meet
every Tuesday night at 8 PM to worship God together at the Baptist Student Center (BSC), located one
block from Carmichael Library (1055 Highland St.). On Wednesdays from 11:30 AM –1 PM, we serve
lunch (Café Escape) provided by our area Baptist churches. Come get a home-cooked meal for only $2
(first visit is free)! The Baptist Student Center is open during the week to all Montevallo students as a
retreat, gathering place, study hall, hang out, game center, refuge, etc. The BSC has cable TV, wireless
internet, classic video games, pool table, ping pong, darts, foosball, and more.

Contact: Sean Thorton
205-665-1529
umbcm@charter.net
Website: www.montevallobcm.com

Wesley Fellowship (United Methodist)
         The Wesley Fellowship is the Campus Ministry group supported by the United Methodist
Church and meeting at Montevallo 1st United Methodist Church (915 Middle St. at the corner of
Oak and Middle). Students are invited to worship on Sunday mornings at 10:30 AM, where we
feature several college students in worship. On Wednesday nights, join us for POWERPOINT, a
praise and worship service at 7:30 PM. There are also retreats (Chrysalis, etc) and recreational
activities throughout the year.

Contact: Terri Brown or Bill Brown
Home: 205-665-1918
Office: 205-665-7535
bill@montevalloumc.org
Website: www.montevalloumc.org



St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church Campus Ministry / Canterbury House

        St. Andrew’s offers:

-Worship at 11 AM every Sunday
-Canterbury House – a new student housing facility at 935 Plowman (next door to the Church).
Available for the 2010-2011 year for six students.
-A thought-provoking program and free, home cooked meal each Wednesday at 6 PM for any
and all interested students.

Takes place at the Canterbury House facility.

-Other programs of interest to students throughout the year, including “Popcorn and Parables”
– a theological look at contemporary and classic films; an introduction to Celtic spirituality,
includes walking the prayer Labyrinth; stations of the cross, and much more.

Contact: Rev. John Wesley
205-329-3002
jwesley1644@charter.net

Ecclesia
        Ecclesia is a gospel-centered community on mission to spread the name of Jesus Christ.
We want to provide a safe place to explore the life and Christ. We meet on Thursday nights @
8:30 PM at the Church at Shelby Crossings in Calera. We have various community groups/bible
studies that meet in dorms and apartments on campus, including a Freshmen Bible Study. We
have carpools from the SAC for Sunday service at 10 AM and various ways to connect with
adults such as the Adopt-a-Student Program. The first Ecclesia will be outside on King Quad on
September 3rd.

Contact: Brian Fulton 205-413-7442
brianfulton@shelbycrossings.com



Catholic Campus Ministries
        St. Thomas the Apostle Student Center, located just three blocks from Campus (Highland
and Moody), is a place for religious participation but also a place for students to relax, study, and
take time with friends. We also offer informational/religious topic days and retreat days. Each
Wednesday during the school year, we gather at 5:30 PM to get to know one another, have Mass,
and enjoy a “home-cooked” meal, which parishioners from St. Thomas prepare. We hope to see
you there!

Contact:

Father Ray Dunmyer or Lydia Wimberly 205-663-3936
rdunmyer@stthomascatholic.com

								
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