Spring 2015 Classes Begin
February 12 - February 15
Capital University Theatre presents: HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE
Is It Spring Break Yet? - Improvisational Comedy
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This student congregation plans Sunday worship services for the campus in Kable Chapel, Wednesday chapel as well as Thursday night candlelight. The Campus Congregation sponsors religious social events including the Capital/Wittenberg Retreat, Bible studies, and other retreats.
We are a group of students meeting together to support and encourage fellow believers in their walks with Jesus, while allowing Him to ignite a passion in us to see unbelievers become committed followers of Jesus Christ. We have a weekly meeting that involves worship and teaching as well as small group Bible studies and events.
Activities of the Catholic Student Organization include worship services, a "Catholic Perspectives" speaker series, informal discussion groups, and service projects. Mass is celebrated in Kable Chapel on at least one Sunday evening of each month during the school year. The purpose of CSO is to provide spiritual enrichment, fellowship, and community outreach to Capital University students through on-campus Mass and service opportunities.
Friends in Serving Christ (FISCh) is a religious service organization that started in 1985. The organization’s philosophy involves discovery of the meaning of Christian faith. Yearly activities include going to churches in the Ohio area, and hosting weekend retreats for junior high and high school students. The activities involve unity, team building games, and getting to know others.
LSM is a religious group that aims at creating a community on campus where students can come together to explore their faith, join in fellowship and serve the community. Every month we participate in service activities, engage in conversations about our faith, play games, and have fun while getting to know other students on campus.
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