Christian Life Communities Forming Now
Are you a SLU student thirsting for more in your personal relationships, prayer life or relationship with God?
Consider a Christian Life Community.
Christian Life Communities at SLU, or CLCs, are groups of six to 10 students who regularly meet to pray with scripture, seek a deeper appreciation of God's activity in their lives and to build friendships in the Lord. Christian Life Communities are rooted in community, spirituality and mission and build upon these pillars through their time together.
With the help of an experienced guide, CLCs use Ignatian spirituality to examine the work of God in everyday life. Together, the groups discern both the call of individual members and the small faith community.
Currently, more than 70 women and men are involved in more than 10 CLC groups at SLU. All female, all male and co-ed groups are available.
New communities are forming now. Join CLC at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 7, or at noon Wednesday, Feb. 9, in the Eckelkamp Center for Campus Ministry, or at 10 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 13, in Our Lady's Chapel following the 9 p.m. Mass in College Church for a night of information and discernment.
Participation in one of these evenings is mandatory for CLC membership.
Contact your campus minister or email Julie McCourt at email@example.com for more information.