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The AIM Train Team is back!
WSU Chi Alpha's first Mission Trip Team is back from their trek to Seattle and back! Read about their trip on their blogs:
Chi Alpha Small Groups -Spring 2013
5PM—Alyssa Vetters (608-387-2562) & Lauren Stavne—Maria 107
7:30PM—Kayla Brisbin (763-482-2496) & Erin Stavne—Sheehan 614
8:15PM—Sam Hammes (715-419-0549) & Melissa Myhrer—Lourdes 2960
6PM—Nicole Holmquist (612-202-0773) & Jenna Magadanz—Maria 141
7:15PM—Jessica Oren (email@example.com), Hanna Medin & Janelle Sprunk
7PM—Alyssa McGinley (952-393-7464) & Nadia Koranteng —Kirkland 416
7PM—Bethany Johns (507-995-6766) & Evy Claussen—Sheehan 715
8PM—Katie Berggren (763-639-3626), Amy Johnson & Kali Medina—Shepherd 316
8:30PM—Hannah Skinner (507-341-5657) & Rochelle Mack—Lourdes 2708
4PM—LaNaya Shackelford (firstname.lastname@example.org) & Cassady Zebro
6:30PM—Kim Zmuda (email@example.com) & Sami Simpson—Shepard 202
7AM—Chris Fiore (952) 270-6503—The Edge
6:15PM—Adam Street (715-491-0132) & Adam Bembnister—Maria 222
3PM—Ben Hammel (507 251-6378) & Mike Chouanard—Southeast Tech
8PM—Ethan VanRooy (920-819-4248) & Matt Martin—Lourdes 3990
What is Chi Alpha?
Chi Alpha campus ministries is a Christian campus ministry on universities throughout the United States and around the world. We are groups of college–age men and women earnestly following Jesus. We are not a fraternity or sorority… We invite everyone to be a part of our ministry, regardless of background. We meet in groups of varying size and style. These gatherings are informal, infused with music and interaction, and cover topics from relationships to the nature of truth. We create opportunities for students to meet God, each other, and the needs of the community.
When do we meet?
Chi Alpha @ theEdge meets Thursdays at 7:00 p.m. It consists of relevant teaching, group discussion, a coffee bar, fun, food, and music. As a way to help students grow in their relationship with Christ, we also have small group Bible and book studies that meet at various times and places throughout the week.
Contact Steph Peterson for more information! firstname.lastname@example.org
theEdge student center & coffee bar
Designed as a place for students to hang out, study, and use free wifi, this comfortable environment is open Mondays—Thursdays from 3:00–9:00 pm (not during WSU breaks). Finals week is another deal… No time frame…and lots of FOOD! We open at 3:00 p.m. and stay open until you leave!
We recognize that many of the students attending colleges or universities are leaving home for the first time. This is a time of transition in their lives that can have a profound effect on their faith. There are a lot of voices trying to pull students away from a relationship with Jesus, but we stand as a positive influence that says "God is relevant… keep seeking Him." Our goal is that your son or daughter will…
- have personal faith in Jesus Christ
- grow in their relationship with God
- find a place of worship and ministry
- become established in a social support network
- determine to follow God in life - wherever He may lead
- develop quality life long friendships
- have the best time of their lives!
MORE PHOTOS OF CHI ALPHA
Worship at Chi Alpha
The Gathering - 2011
Studying at the Edge Student Center
Hanging out in our Hospitality room at SALT
Student Center during Finals Week (and lots of free food!)
Ugly Sweater Christmas Party at Chi Alpha
First snow = Sledding at Steph's!
Emerge Girls Night
WSU Football Team comes over for our annual Pizza Party
Students packed the Edge for the "Welcome to the College Life Party". Students enjoyed free food, prize giveaways, and 2 live bands the first night of college!