The mission of the Campus Ministry Center is to
· Inspire participation in the spiritual journey,
· Engage in the theological exploration of vocation, and
· Build more just, compassionate, and sustainable communities.
one is wrestling with big questions or searching for a community of
faith (spiritual journey), attempting to discern talents, passions and
strengths while deciding what to do in life (exploring vocation) or
ready to commit to direct service and action (building a sustainable
world) the Campus Ministry Center is a valuable resource of
encouragement, contemplation and connection for the Wofford community.
Office of the Chaplain is located in the Campus Ministry Center in Main
Building. Chaplain Robinson leads campus events and provides a pastoral
and social activist presence for the campus. The Chaplain is available
for pastoral care and counseling, and works with students, faculty and
staff as they grapple with spiritual matters, relationship concerns and
vocational and career issues. Rooted deeply in the college’s
relationship with The United Methodist Church and the Wesleyan
tradition, the work of the Chaplain places a strong emphasis on social
justice. The Chaplain organizes and equips individuals and groups to
address issues related to peace, poverty and the environment.
resources of the Office of the Chaplain and the Campus Ministry Center
are available to all members of the college community regardless of
religion, race, culture, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status,
gender or ability.