A New Ministry

At the beginning of this academic year, I became an Adjunct Chaplain at Methodist University.

Find me on the MU website here.

What does this mean? Here’s my September Newsletter article about it:

Dear Peace Family,

This past month at Peace, in partnership with the Office of Religious Life at Methodist University, we have started a new ministry created for college students on Wednesday nights called MU @ Peace. We have had several people working hard to create a welcoming space for them to gather in our Christian Education hallway–if you haven’t seen it, please stop and visit. The room looks great!

Part of our partnership includes me becoming an Adjunct Chaplain at MU, an opportunity I am very excited about.

The Adjunct part of my title recognizes that I’m not the university chaplain, but rather I am serving in a way that assists the chaplain–Rev. Kelli Taylor.

The Chaplain part of my title recognizes that I’m acting professionally as a pastor at an organization that’s not a church. 

Basically, I will serve Methodist University in the following ways:

  • I will have office hours on campus on Tuesdays from 2-4 p.m. for any students who need a friend, some prayer, or help preparing to lead their Bible Studies.
  • I will lead worship at University Chapel one time each semester.
  • I will support Rev. Kelli Taylor in her work as University Chaplain.

Thank you for being a church that supports me as I seek to engage our community and represent Peace Presbyterian Church outside of our building! Please pray for me, for the MU @ Peace Team, and for students and faculty on the MU campus–and all college campuses.

Grace and Peace,

Pastor Becky