Southwestern Offers Multiple Worship Options

Students are encouraged to visit the SLAD and ask workers there, such as Matt Hanson and Keysha Ortiz-Ramos, for their assistance.

Students are encouraged to visit the SLAD and ask workers there, such as Matt Hanson and Keysha Ortiz-Ramos, for their assistance.

It’s not easy for students to manage schoolwork and extracurricular activities and still find time for worship, but it’s necessary. Considering the time challenges that students face, Southwestern provides many worship options to give each student many chances to keep their spiritual walk alive.

Southwestern offers a variety of small groups that enable students to choose the kind of worship style that best suits their need and meet worship requirements. Some examples of various kinds of small groups include:

  • Triple Ten– This small group is intended for women. It’s a place where they can grow, keep accountable to each other, share daily devotions and as well as lifestyle advice and tips.
  • Master Guide– This small group was created to train young adults to be leaders in the Church and to be youth and children while fellowshipping with one another. It is also there to provide services that benefit the community, church, and congregation of Christ.
  • United Praise– If you like to sing praise music, this small group is for you. It was created to enable those who love music and ministry to worship through music.
  • Use Me– This group helps students get involved with and informed about God’s mission for us to spread the everlasting gospel to the world. If you hear the call to be a student missionary or simply want to help send love to our student missionaries in the U.S. and abroad, this is the group for you.
  • Mighty Men– This men’s group’s goal is to be more like Christ. In addition, they also serve as a support system and brotherhood.
  • Lost– This small group is designed as a family to support those who feel lost while providing stepping stones to help them find their way as well as tools to develop a relationship with God.

“Small groups are great because they show people that there are other people like them who are trying to grow in their relationship with Christ and aren’t perfect,” says Matthew Hanson, assistant chaplain over the media department and CABL.

Everyone has their unique style of praising and worship and these small groups are a way for one to really connect with others who are similar to them and grow spiritually together.  Students are encouraged to try out a variety of worship groups and make one their own.

For more information on small groups and how to join, contact Eliab Quiñones at eliab@swau.edu.

 

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