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About Campus Ministry

The Campus Ministry program at Mount Carmel College of Nursing is designed to support the faith and spiritual needs of students, faculty and staff. A variety of programs, services and events are offered throughout the year to enhance body, mind and spirit—ranging from regular weekly meetings, Bible Studies and Worship Services to community outreach projects and retreats.

Projects and Programs

  • Weekly Meetings: Meetings are held on Mondays at noon on the Columbus campus. Join us for the opportunity to discuss scripture, plan outreach activities and connect with other students, staff and faculty of all faiths.
  • Retreats: Weekend retreats are an opportunity for you to get away from the demands of school and work. Time is always set aside for personal prayer and reflection, as well as group recreation and discussions.
  • BiblePods: Gather in small groups to study the good word, focusing on the Gospel of Luke and the Psalms.
  • Prayer services: Prayer services are an opportunity to bring students, faculty and staff of all faiths together to pray for current world issues and a variety of personal needs.
  • Community Service Projects: Help us feed the hungry, educate the youth and cleanup the community while spreading God’s love through community service.

Places of Worship

A number of churches, synagogues and mosques are in close proximity to the Columbus campus. The following list is only a few of the many options available. Take a friend and check out some of the local places of worship! Visit any of the following websites for more information about some of the local churches, synagogues and mosques:

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