Servants of the Cross: An Order of Students in Ministry 

Christ Chapel's ministry is open to all students, staff, and faculty of Texas State University, and to adults who are interested in supporting the ministry's goals. Participants are not required to attend a certain number of times in order to be considered part of the ministry. However, some students may choose to explore their faith lives more intentionally through the ministry of Christ Chapel. Toward that end, students are invited to enroll in Servants of the Cross, an order of students in ministry.

Students enrolled in Servants of the Cross make a commitment to completing three units of study over a three-semester period. This semester's offering is a survey of biblical history and content. By the completion of this unit, you will be able to open a Bible to any page and know the context of the passage, which is more than slightly important. Knowing the context is the first step in knowing what the Spirit is speaking to us in a passage. The second unit involves catechetical content and the third involves spirituality and leadership. Future paid leadership team members will be drawn from those who have completed all three units.

Servants of the Cross will meet this semester on Friday afternoons at 1:05 starting September 13th and finishing on November 17th.  To participate, please contact Pr. Jaime at or sign up on the table outside his office door.

Join us each Wednesday at 5:30 for hot bread and time in prayer

October 4: St. Francis of Assissi
October 11: St. Philip, Deacon
October 18: St. Luke
October 25: Journey of Prayer
God Goes to the Movies: October 12, 2017, 7:30 p.m. Christ Chapel Lounge (Downstairs).  Popcorn provided!

Faith and Food: A New Kind of Bible Study
Every month we gather for some kind of food and pair it with a Bible study.  This month: Bible Study and Beignets.  We'll meet on October 9:00 at 7:00 p.m. and have freshly made beignets.  What's a beignet?  A pillow of fried deliciousness, coated with powdered sugar.  It's a New Orleans and Cafe DuMond experience.  Our study?  The Hard Parables of Jesus.
How's Angie Doing?
Angie Langdon is serving a year in the ELCA's Young Adult in Global Mission Program, serving in Serbia among the Roma people.  She sent her first newsletter, which you can find by following the button below.
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