Campus Ministry & Spiritual Wellness
Students, faculty, and staff are provided opportunities to explore and grow in their faith and spiritual lives through the Office of Campus Ministry and Spiritual Wellness. Whether you are actively engaged in a religious community, wondering about God, or new to this conversation, you are welcome to be part of Campus Ministry and Spiritual Wellness programs that are rooted in the Lutheran tradition of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA).
Weekly gatherings typically take place on Tuesdays, and these include Community Connections, Community Chapel, Reflections and Community Meal. Interspersed throughout the semester are opportunities to take part in community engagement activities, a variety of prayer practices, off-campus retreats, and more. Midland students can also take part in student-led, faith-focused organizations, such as Cru, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and Warrior Catholics.
Personalized support is also provided by the Director for Campus Ministry and Spiritual Wellness. Lisa Kramme is a certified spiritual director and is available for individual and small group conversations as well as large group presentations.
Campus Ministry and Spiritual Wellness manages the Warrior Open Cupboard, a food and hygiene pantry located on the 3rd floor of Olson Student Center and free to any current Midland student.
Fremont Area Places of Worship
View a list of churches in the Fremont area.Church Listing