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Campus Ministry Groups

Student-led campus ministries provide vehicles for developing students as Christian leaders and ministers. The focus of the groups ranges from service to evangelism and other forms of ministry. The Coordinator of Student Ministries & Service Learning assists and mentors student leaders in their spiritual growth and ministry leadership through trainings in April and August, then by following up throughout the school year. Special events include Hunger and Homelessness Awareness (HAHA) Week in November, sponsored by YACHT, and Habitat's annual Act, Speak, Build week.

Below is a list of the various Campus Ministry Groups at Eastern. For a complete list of clubs and student organizations, click here.

Habitat for Humanity 

Educate and work with communities to eliminate poverty housing. Volunteers serve under the supervision of Habitat staff on work days, and students also build homes on annual Habitat spring break trips.  For more information about upcoming Habitat spring break trips, click here. To learn more about Habitat's work around the world, click here.  

Prison Ministry

Imitate Christ by sharing the gospel with Philadelphia House of Corrections inmates through prayer, worship, Scripture and fellowship.  

Transformed! 

Glorify God through the dramatic presentation of the Gospel. A student-led Christian drama team that has established an excellent reputation for the quality of its programs and the testimony of its members. Using contemporary theater as a means of proclaiming the Gospel message, Transformed! performs programs consisting of skits that challenge the audience to reflect on society and to live consistent Christ-like lives. Membership is by audition.  

Watchmen Prayer Ministry

Provide a supporting backbone of prayer for Eastern University by participating in corporate, intercessory prayer.  

YACHT Club (Youth Against Complacency and Homelessness Today) 

Address the issues of apathy and homelessness through a multi-faceted ministry, including education and outreach among the homeless of Philadelphia.  

SAHT (Students Against Human Trafficking)

Students Against Human Trafficking is a campus ministry made of students committed to prayer and awareness about human trafficking issues both domestically and abroad. SAHT also strives to engage Eastern's campus and the local community through awareness-raising events, and is involved with local and international organizations that fight human trafficking.

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