Christian Life at Elon

Get Connected

Fill out the Spiritual Interest Form, express interest in as many groups as you like, and a staff member or student leader will be in touch. You can also connect with Christian Life on Facebook.

Christian Student Groups

The following are active Christian student groups at Elon. Meeting times and student leaders are listed on the Truitt Center's Student Organizations page.

Alpha Delta Tau Christian Sorority
ADT is an unaffiliated Christian sorority at Elon University that fosters deeper Christian faith and sisterhood through fellowship, service, and social activities.
 
Campus Outreach is a nondenominational organization which seeks to develop spiritual leaders on the college campus. We provide a variety of opportunities for students to investigate Christianity and grow spiritually while at Elon. Some of these opportunities include Bible studies, large group meetings, retreats and conferences.
 
Catholic Campus Ministry is a vibrant group of students who worship together at Mass on Wednesday and Sunday evenings and become involved in numerous service opportunities throughout the week. CCM conducts retreats each semester and alternative spring breaks both domestically and abroad. The students in CCM have big hearts and want to deepen their faith while they are in college. Check CCM on Facebook for more information.
 
Gospel Choir is a ministry of students who have a mutual interest in music and singing and a love for Jesus Christ. Gosepl Choir strives to provide students with an environment that embodies a feeling of togetherness and family. Check our Facebook page for updates and information. Gospel Choir also oversees Urgent Message Dance and Mime Troupe.
 
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
FCA supports the spiritual lives of Christian student athletes, coaches, and any student with an interest or association with sports or athletics at Elon. FCA meets regularly for worship, bible study, fellowship, and social activities.
 
InterVarsity is a nondenominational Christian ministry that provides a transformational community where students can learn together what it means to grow in relationship with Jesus. InterVarsity offers small group Bible studies, large group gatherings, retreats and social events, house ministries for students in Greek Life, service in the community, and other opportunities for growth and outreach. Check us out on Facebook.
 
LEAF is a welcoming, Christian community open to anyone seeking a deeper relationship with God. LEAF gathers for Christian Worship every Sunday and after worship the group enjoys a home-cooked meal and conversation as we support one another in our lives of faith. Throughout the semester we participate in worship, service projects, bible studies and discussions, and retreats. Connect with us on Facebook.
 
OneSixteen
OneSixteen, formerly known as Affinity, is a student led nondenominational Christian organization that focuses on spiritual development, fellowship and service with the mission statement of food, fellowship, and fun. OneSixteen meets every Monday at 7 p.m. in the CREDE (Moseley 221) for dinner and Bible Study with worship events, prayer nights, and off campus trips throughout the semester.
 
We are an inclusive group promoting more open and progressive conversations about scripture, faith, and social justice. All students are welcome, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, or any other category, including students from other campus Christian groups.
 
We are a progressive Christian community dedicated to exploring and discovering faith with college students; empowering them to live out their faith with a hunger for justice, peace, and service to others. Ukirk-Wesley works to foster a welcoming and nurturing Christian community in which students are invited to participate in fellowship, worship, and service with one another.
 
Urgen Message is a ministry of the Elon Gospel Choir (see above). We use dance dance as our ministry tool to spread the gospel on campus and in local communities and churches.
 
Young Life College is a nondenominational Christian organization that offers students a fun, accepting community while exploring or deepening their faith. Students are nurtured, guided, and encouraged to learn what it means to be a committed follower of Jesus Christ, and there are opportunities to help mentor and lead local area high school Young Life groups.