College is a time where everything is new—it's also a place to ask big questions. Now there's a place—an outpost, an oasis—of rest, perspective, and community. UKirk, a network of collegiate ministries, supported by the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Watch Video.
Integrating Faith and Service
Just two years after it was launched, UKirk is helping reclaim the heritage of faith and service at colleges across the country.
Collegiate Ministries Associate
Jason Brian Santos to head PC(USA)’s collegiate ministries— is working closely with UKirk network—has "heart for spiritual experience and journey" of college-aged young adults.
New Worshiping Community reaches Citadel campus
UKirk Intern Grants Program Initiated
The Office of Collegiate Ministries (OCM) in conjunction with the UKirk Leadership Board has grants available for collegiate ministry internships.
The goal is to award at least 4 grants this year (2014) for the 2014-2015 academic year. These grants, with awards up to $10,000, can be used for internships that directly support the creation, growth, or strengthening of a ministry directed at college and university campuses.
Application deadline is May 23, 2014. Get more information, and the application procedure—under the tab "Resources" click on "Grants"— on the UKirk website.
I am interested in the same thing as Cheryl Brockman. We have a unique, up and coming community college that is growing by leaps and bounds in our small town. Our church has never reached out to the community college people and are interested in engaging them somehow. Any suggestions? Thanks!
I am the United Campus Minister (PCUSA, UMC, DoC & UCC) in Corpus Christi, TX for Texas A&M CC and Del Mar Colleges. 95% of my support comes from the UMC, although the local PCUSA churches started this group 19 years ago. I am looking for grants and training.