Religious Clubs and Organizations

Disciples on Campus

Purpose: Disciples On Campus's Goal is to preserve the historical connection between Hiram College, the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), and the student body. We plan on campus events for the campus community to participate in and enjoy a sense of fellowship together with Hiram Disciples. Disciples On Campus is a progressive faith community open and affirming of all people regardless of gender, race, age, culture, ethnic background, sexual orientation, economic circumstance, or difference in ability. We strive to embody our vision of peace and justice through fellowship, worship, study, and service! We also encourage our members to attend Advance Ministry weekend retreats. The Advance Ministry is the young adult ministry for the Christian Church in Ohio, Disciples of Christ. It is a place that provides young adults, persons ages 19 - 29 & out of High School, a place where they can enjoy a community of Christian friends and share their love, life, and fellowship, and develop a stronger faith.

Meeting Info: Weekly

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Dove and Chalice

Purpose: A Unitarian Universalist faith based group where club members learn about a multitude of diverse faiths, from Judaism and Christianity to paganism and Taoism. We also learn about Unitarian Universalism and its importance as a liberal faith. We also promote awareness of religious intolerance in our society

Meeting Info: Weekly

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The Net

Purpose: The Purpose of The Net is to establish and advance witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: growing in love for God, God's Word, God's people of every ethnicity and culture and God's purposes in the world; to provide opportunities and a means by which all students can learn about and grow in the teachings of Christianity.

Meeting Info: Mondays at 8 p.m.; Fridays at 8:00 p.m.
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Newman Club

Purpose: We, the Hiram College Newman Club, affirm our purpose to be a living community of Christ, ministering by our Baptism and striving to follow the Two Great Commandments of Christ: "You shall love the Lord, your God, with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your mind" and "You shall love your neighbor as yourself."- Matthew 22:37, 39

The Newman Club is a Christian organization that is based in the Roman Catholic tradition. It will be committed to bringing its members closer to God and letting them explore and grow in their faith through service, scripture, and fellowship. It will provide an environment that will be completely open to discussion of ideas and personal beliefs. The Newman Club will not force the Catholic Church's views on its members, provided they realize that the organization is based in the Catholic faith, and activities and meetings will reflect that. 

Meeting Info: Weekly
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For more information

Alex Ulbricht

Director of Campus Involvement

Kennedy Center
330-569-5182