Emory & Henry’s Office of Spiritual Life offers engaging opportunities for worship, study, service and fellowship. It seeks to provide a holistic experience of spiritual discernment and faith development. While E&H is rooted in the Methodist tradition, we offer spiritual support to students from every faith tradition. Mary K. Briggs, the College chaplain, advises most Spiritual Life groups.
Campus Christian Fellowship
CCF offers a time of fellowship, fun and service that celebrates our faith in Christ. Everyone is invited to gather every Tuesday evening at 5 p.m. for dinner in the Humphrey’s dining room to share a meal and a program.
• Weekly program and service events
• Retreats (2)
President: Savanna Dean
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Open to all athletes and non-athletes alike. Participants gather weekly at lunchtime. Group members lead devotions, share concerns, and encourage one another “to meet the challenge and adventure of following Christ.”
Advisor: Coach Don Montgomery
Kerygma is a group of students who are intentionally seeking to discern God’s call in their lives. Some feel called to aprofessional vocation in the church, while others are discerning more generally God’s plan for their lives. Kerygma members sponsor and lead discussion groups and retreats for the campus community in order to help shape Christians into stronger leaders.
A group whose focus is on God, family and country. While working together to promote a strong sense of a Christ-centered community, participants gather for fellowship, discussions and service projects to support its mission.
President: Rayce Lamb