How do I choose a local church?
Each year during Welcome Week, we host a "church fair," where local congregations come to campus for you to meet them. This year's Celebration of Community and Faith will be held August 18, 2018 from 1-3 pm in the Vara Martin Daniel Traditions Plaza outside of the SUB (Student Union Building).
How can I get involved?
There are several ways to get involved with Baylor Spritual Life! If you are looking for ways to serve the local community, check out our information on Urban Missions. If you are looking for ways to gain practical ministry experience, check out our information on Youth Ministry Teams. If you'd like to join a team of other students to go on a mission trip, check out our Baylor Missions website. If you'd like to engage with other students and learn more about their faith and cultural experiences, check out our information on Spirituality and Public Life.
We'd love to talk more about your interests and how you can be involved with our work - feel free to drop into the Bobo during business hours to meet some of our staff members and learn more about all that we do!
How can I go on a mission trip?
We would love for every student to join us on a mission trip during their time at Baylor. To learn more about our discipline-specific approach to missions and the different trips available, please visit our Baylor Missions website.
How can I check my chapel attendance?
What are the chapel requirements?
Are there chapel alternatives?
Please refer to our Student Resources chapel page for these answers.
Are there small groups or bible studies I can be a part of?
Where can I hold a worship service on campus or find a quiet place to pray?
There are several sacred spaces on campuses that students can use for quiet meditation and prayer. Some of these spaces can also be reserved for use by student organizations and campus groups.
Are your programs only for Baptist or Christian students?
No. There are many programs and groups for students from any or no faith background; several of our programs within Spirituality and Public Life encourage students from different traditions to gather and share stories.