College Ministries

Welcome! Our college ministries are inclusive and loving communities open to anyone — no matter your race or ethnicity, ability, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or political affiliation. Please join us as we strive to spread Christ’s love with each other and to those around us.

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UNCA Episcopal Campus Ministry

The University of North Carolina at Asheville - Asheville, NC

The Asheville-area college and young adult ministry is committed to social justice, welcoming all, prayer and worship, and service to those in need. We gather each week for community building and spiritual growth on Monday evenings. Throughout the month we meet to serve our local communities or to participate in a social justice focused event. 

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Presbyterian Episcopal Campus Ministry

Appalachian State University - Boone, NC

The members of the Presbyterian Episcopalian Campus ministry (PECM) welcome all. Please join us as we strive to spread Christ’s love with each other and those around us. We meet on Tuesdays from 6:00pm – 8:00pm at 3rd Place. Our weekly programs always include dinner and a rotation program such as Ted Talks, service projects, and worship.

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Campus Ministry at WCU

Western Carolina University - Cullowhee, NC

Campus Ministry at WCU is our newest campus ministry, but quickly growing and forming a presence on the WCU campus. The group meets weekly on Wednesday nights at St. David's in the Valley Episcopal Church right off the main campus of Western Carolina University. 

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Canterbury at Brevard

Brevard College - Brevard, NC

During the academic year, local college students gather for dinner and compline, coffee and current event discussions, service and more. This ministry is a joint ministry of St. Phillips and the Diocese. St. Philippians, who are away at college, gather during academic breaks to stay connected. 

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Graduation

Congregation to College

The purpose of Congregation to College is to keep our young people connected to a faith community as they enter a new phase of life. We would love to keep in contact with our young people during this new journey and help them find a loving and supportive faith community. 

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