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Johnson Center, Room 239H
4400 University Drive
Fairfax, VA 22030-4444
(703) 993-3323

George Mason UniversityCampus Ministry Association
Apostles at Mason
  • Apostles at Mason
      Apostles at Mason is an on-campus multigenerational church, which seeks to be transformed by God's love so that we can transform the world.

      Contact Joshua Kammerer jkammere@gmu.edu 703-951-3964.
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  • ARISE Campus Ministry
      Arise is a Christian ministry that encourages students to explore faith and discover grace through worship, mission projects, social events and small groups. If you are looking for a Wesley foundation, Canterbury Club or Presbyterian house you’ve found it! We are rooted in the tradition of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Episcopal, Presbyterian (USA), United Church of Christ, United Methodist and interested individuals of many traditions. Join us as we ask questions about faith, connect with others, and find ways to live out of God’s unconditional love. Contact Mark Montgomery mmontg10@gmu.edu (703) 426-1939.
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  • Baha'i Faith Campus Ministry
      The Baha'i Faith Campus Ministry is supported by the local Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Fairfax County Southwest. Its mission is to promote the principles of the oneness of humankind and the oneness of God by providing opportunities for service, prayer, fellowship and spiritual inquiry to the entire GMU community. For more information please contact Kristin Johnson-Neshati kneshati@gmu.edu 703-993-1122 or Rawa Jassem at (703) 993-8876.
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  • Catholic Campus Ministry , (703) 425-0022 (chapel) or (703) 993-3322 (campus office)

      Catholic Campus Ministry provides a presence of Christ and the Church on campus. While emphasis is given to the Roman Catholic population, every effort is made to be available to all. The St. Robert Bellarmine Chapel and Catholic Student Center are located at 4515 Roberts Road - across from campus. A large student group is actively involved in worship, volunteer ministries, retreats and social activities. Contact Father Peter Nassetta, John More or Catherine Horan.

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  • Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship, (316) 323-4332

      We are a Spirit-empowered, diverse community of believers on the university campus, declaring in word and lifestyle our faith in Jesus Christ, equipped to fulfill our purpose in God's global plan. We reconcile students to Christ, equipping them through spirit-filled communities of prayer, worship, fellowship, discipleship and mission to transform the university, the marketplace and the world. Please contact: Daniel Choe 703-470-9021

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  • Cru
      Cru is an interdenominational student Christian movement. We're a network of students and staff on thousands of college campuses in the US and around the world; a global movement for the world's culturally diverse students. Facilitating spiritual awareness on campus by introducing students to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, providing students opportunities to grow in that relationship, and training them to help reach others is what we major in. Students get connected with other students through our weekly meeting called "Cru," small group Bible studies, socials, conferences, and retreats. Contact Brett Miller. or Kathie Virunurm.
  • Every Nation Campus Ministry
  • Every Nation Campus Ministry
      We understand that it can be intimidating to learn about a new ministry, much less attend for the first time. We’ve created our website with the goal of giving you as much information about us as possible, so you can have a good idea of who we are before you come out and meet us. Please check us out, and feel free to contact us if you have any questions about what else to expect at our UChurch meetings.

      For information please contact: 713-202-3884 or Latoya Jaekle.
  • Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS)
  • Fusion Ministries
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  • George Mason Hillel - the Center for Jewish Campus Life , Phone: (703) 993-3321
      Hillel is the center for Jewish life on campus. Hillel maximizes opportunities for Jewish students and faculty to explore, celebrate and santify life in a Jewish way by creating meaningful Jewish experiences. Hillel's mission: "Enriching the lives of Jewish undergraduate and graduate students so they may enrich the Jewish people and the world.. Activities include religious, cultural, social, educational and social service programs. For information please contact hillel@gmu.edu.

  • Immanuel Christian Fellowship
      Immanuel Christian Fellowship is an interdenominational, Christian organization at George Mason University. ICF mission is to provide an open environment of fellowship without regard to race, culture, and nationality. We would like to serve the students at George Mason to meet their needs spiritually. We serve the Christian community, providing an open and relaxed environment where we encourage one another to seek the Grace of God through Jesus Christ. We hope to build each member up and equip them to defend the truth of Christ by providing large group fellowship, small group Bible studies, and connections to local churches.

      Sponsored by Servants Ministry, based at UVA, we welcome all who would like to have fellowship with us.
  • InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
  • InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
      Mason InterVarsity is a multiethnic witnessing community that engages every corner of campus with the love of Jesus. We do this primarily through small group Bible studies, discipleship, monthly Large Group gatherings, community events & conferences.

      To get involved, please contact Matt McCrory and/or Renee McCrory.

  • One God Ministry Campus Ministry
  • One God Ministry Campus Ministry, Phone (703) 591-6161; fax 703-591-6262
      One God Ministry Campus Ministry is part of a non-denominational, multi-racial Christian church dedicated to spiritual enhancement and enrichment of the human race. We are a Bible-based religious organization committed to enhancing the spiritual wellness of students and the GMU community through religious, cultural, social, educational and social service programs. Our Bible-based Learning Series focuses on experiencing God in: Everyday Living, Everyday Loving, Everyday Friends and Family, Everyday Mentorship, and Everyday Working. Exciting social events, group solitude experiences, mentoring sessions, global mission outreach, and best practices conferences are held on and off-campus regularly. Our goal is to proclaim the gospel according to our Lord Jesus Christ through words and daily actions. Our Campus Ministry headquarters is located within walking distance of the GMU-Fairfax campus at 4280/4282 Chain Bridge Road, Fairfax, VA.
      For more information contact PraiseGod@OneGodMinistry.org.

  • Orthodox Christian Fellowship
  • Orthodox Christian Fellowship, Phone (703) 671-1515
      The mission of Orthodox Chistian Fellowship (OCF) is to support fellowships on college campuses, whose members experience and witness to the Orthodox Christian Church through community life, prayer, service to others, and study of the Faith (Acts 2:42). OCF works to nurture and strengthen love for Jesus Christ and His Church in its fullness at this most critical juncture of human life through communication between OCFs and with the larger Orthodox community, development of resources for local OCFs, and national endeavors such as College Conference, Real Break, the website, and a national newsletter. OCF is a Pan-Orthodox effort.
      For more information please contact Father Costas Pavlakos at (703) 671-1515.
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  • Muslim Campus Ministry , Phone: (571) 283-1441
      The Muslim Campus Ministry (MCM), in cooperation with all the Wahington area Islamic centers and organizations, seeks to provide on campus Islamic, cultural, educational activities. Since, the Muslim community at GMU is the fastest growing community on campus, the MCM and the Muslim Students Association (MSA) in coordination with other on campus students organizations are working together to coordinate their efforts to fulfill all Muslims' spiritual needs and services. MCM seeks to reach out to people of other faiths, specifically to reinforce the common Abrahamic roots of Islam, Christianity and Judaism, that is based on the principles of the oneness of the God (Allah), while breaking down the barriers created by a lack of proper information and contact.
      For information please contact Yasir Syeed, gmumcm@gmail.com.

  • Lutheran Campus Ministry
  • NOVA Lutheran Campus Ministries
      NOVA Lutheran Campus Ministry welcomes everyone (not just Lutherans) to experience the loving grace of God renewing the world through Jesus Christ crucified. Our servant community works as the hands and feet of Christ in the world today as we care for our corner of creation and the people around us. We laugh, question, worship, hope, play, struggle, pray, volunteer, and grow together. Come join us. All are welcome! For information please contact Heidi Moore.

  • Patriot Christian Ministry
  • Patriot Christian Ministry, Phone: (703) 691-0600

      Patriot Christian Ministry (PCM) exists to tell students the good news of Jesus Christ through relationships, Bible studies, and small group meetings. We also desire to help Christian students grow in their faith by helping them apply the gospel to every area of their lives in the context of a local church, where students experience all the benefits of a gospel community. For information contact Vince Hinders.

  • Reformed University Fellowship International (RUF Int'l)
      For information Contact Matteson Bowles, mattesonbowles@yahoo.com or 865-384-0299.
  • SOI21
  • SOI21,

      SOI 21(Sons of Issachar for the 21st Century) is an interdenominational Christian campus ministry organization. SOI 21 is devoted to raising up sons and daughters of Issachar "who understand the times and know what to do." (I Chronicles 12:32) Specifically, SOI 21 is committed to raising up 24/7 covenantal praying communities on college campuses. We envision rallying Christian students to pray in a spirit of unity and brotherly love for Revival and Spiritual Awakening for George Mason University, the nation, and the world. SOI 21 also hopes to equip students to meaningfully love God and one another as they seek to understand our generation and make a difference for Christ on campus and in the world.
      For information Contact Bill Lewis, blewis@soi21.com.

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  • The Breath
      Genesis 2:7 "…then the LORD God formed the man…and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life…” Many people today are burdened by guilt, depression, and isolation. This is not the life that God created the world to live. The breath of God still makes a difference in the world today. John 20:22-23 Jesus said to them again, “Peace be with you. As the Father has sent me, even so I am sending you.” And when he had said this, he breathed on them and said to them, “Receive the Holy Spirit.” The Breath is an opportunity to participate in the new life that Christ offers to the world. But we also want to be creators of peace in the world. We want you to have peace in your life, in your relationships, and in your world. We do this through a free cup of coffee, group bible studies, and starting in fall 2014, our new mentorship program. We work with Living Savior Lutheran Church (LCMS) of Fairfax Station.

      Contact Garet Ellis vicar@livingsaviorlutheran.org or 703-352-1421
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  • The Well
      The Well Muslim Fellowship is an interdenominational Muslim ministry dedicated to assisting Muslim students on campus. We have a team of qualified chaplains who perform pastoral work and reach out to multiple Muslim and non-Muslim organizations on campus. We have named our ministry The Well due to its symbolic importance in the Islamic tradition ­ in some ways, the earliest history of Islam can be traced to the discovery of the well of zamzam, a well located in Makkah which is viewed as a miracle from God. Additionally, the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) is reported to have said one who digs a well is rewarded for everything that drinks from it, be it a man on land or a bird in the air.

      For information, contact Chaplains Mobeen Vaid (mobeen.vaid@gmail.com or Kashif Bhatti youth.dir@mcleanmuslims.org).
  • Unitarian Universalist Campus Ministry
  • Unitarian Universalist Campus Ministry
      We offer a fun, safe, engaging place to encounter the holy, nourish your spirit, enrich your theology and serve the community, regardless of how you pray, whom you love or how you vote.

      For information please contact: 703-593-4039 or Rev. Scott Sammler-Michael.
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  • Young Life, Phone:(571) 354-0395
      Young Life is a world-class organization for young adults. We focus on what we believe matters most to them - fun, adventure, friendship and a sense of significance. In doing so, we earn the privilege of talking to about something that we believe matters most of all - the truth about God and His love for everyone. For more information visit our website at www.masonyounglife.com.  To find out what's happening friend us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/masonyounglife or email Derek Walne at masonyounglife@gmail.com.
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    Download the membership application and our "Statement of Understanding".
    Once completed please email Fr. Peter Nassetta at pnassett@gmu.edu and phone (703) 993-3321 to follow up.

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    Please send any comments or suggestions to ministry@gmu.edu This page was last updated on 2/11/2014