Spiritual Life

Spiritual Life Members
Concordia College is centered on the Gospel of Jesus Christ. This means that who Jesus is, what He did and continues to do, is the foundation, center, and source for all we do.
Concordia is a college of the Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod, but our students come from all walks of life and a variety of faith traditions. Regardless of where students come from, Concordia provides a nurturing and Gospel-centered environment where all can begin or continue their faith journey with Jesus Christ.
Concordia College provides the following opportunities for students to be nurtured in their faith journey with Jesus Christ:
Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 11:00am faculty, staff, and students gather to worship the Living Christ in spirit and truth. There are no classes in session, or campus offices open during the Chapel services.
These chapel services are conducted in Bakke Chapel on Mondays and Fridays, and in the Wright Auditorium on Wednesdays. Chapel worship is also conducted on Sunday at 9am and 7pm in Christ Chapel on the west part of Campus.
Special worship services are announced on the Campus Calendar.
The Spiritual Life Team is a student-led organization dedicated to sharing the love of Christ with fellow students and the community. Under the supervision of the Campus Pastor, Spiritual Life students lead Bible studies both campus-wide and in the dorms, conduct student-led worship services, and participate in service projects within the community.
Weekly afternoon and evening opportunities for Bible study are available.Students interested in attending or participating in any Spiritual Life Bible studies, worship services, or service projects should contact the Campus Pastor for a schedule of activities.

Reverend  Steven Washington

The Campus Pastor is responsible for the campus worship services and chapels, as well as overseeing the extra-curricular religious activities on campus. These activities include such things as Bible study, evangelism activities, residence hall and all-campus devotions, student chapels, service projects to the community, and mission work projects. Much of this work is accomplished with the assistance of the Spiritual Life Team. Please contact the Campus Pastor if you wish to be involved in any of these areas. Personal counseling, especially for questions of a spiritual nature and of individual personal concerns, is available. Please visit the Reverend Office in Thompson Hall,  or email him at swashington@gavarniparishotel.com to set up an appointment.