Campus ministry to offer weekly services

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The Marshall University Baptist Campus Ministry (BCM) is offering worship services at 9:15 p.m. every Wednesday.
The worship services give students the opportunity to eat, worship their religion and meet new people.
Devonte Edwards, Marshall student and BCM attendee, said the event is for more than just worship.
“It’s a loving, warm atmosphere,” Edwards said. “Students can come here and meet different people from different backgrounds and connect. Along the way, you’ll learn about other’s cultures and beliefs.”
Ryan Wolfe, a BCM member, said several denominations often attend.

Students can come here and meet different people from different backgrounds and connect. Along the way, you’ll learn about other’s cultures and beliefs.”

— Ryan Wolfe, member of Baptist Campus Ministries

“We offer services with United Methodist, Southern Baptist, Episcopalian and other denominations,” said Wolfe. “But anyone is welcome to attend.”
BCM member Tyler Hampton said the group also has ways to get involved.
“A good way to get involved with BCM would be with ‘Impact Teams’, which is where you get matched with a smaller group of people, and go through the week and talk about what is on your mind,” Hampton said.
The Campus Christian Center is located on campus next to the Student Center.
Hunter Morrison can be contacted at [email protected]

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