Affiliated Protestant Ministries
For information about becoming an Affiliated or Associated Protestant Ministry at Georgetown University, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications are assessed by the Council of Affiliated Ministries throughout the academic year.
James Kim, email@example.com
Asian Baptist Student Koinonia (ABSK) is an Affiliated Protestant Ministry at Georgetown focused on making the Christian faith relevant to Asian American undergraduate and graduate students through Bible Study and fellowship with one another. At ABSK, you will find a group of students that endeavors to experience life to its fullest by loving God and loving one another in true fellowship. We love to study God’s Word, eat together, play sports, or simply hang out and get to know each other. Join us this semester for Bible studies and Sunday gatherings!
Mickey Choe, firstname.lastname@example.org
Asian Baptist Student Koinonia Grad (ABSK) is a Christian fellowship composed of students from across the various graduate and professional schools at Georgetown who seek to know and love Jesus Christ as we share our lives together. ABSK is focused on making the Christian faith relevant to Asian-American students through Bible studies, fun fellowship and activities (and good food too)! Whether you’re looking for a spiritual home or are curious about what this Christianity thing is all about, you’re invited to join us.
Rev. Blane Young, email@example.com
What is Chi Alpha? We’re an interdenominational Christian community for DC college students. In the Bible, the apostle Paul wrote in 2 Corinthians 5:20, “We are therefore Christ’s ambassadors, as though God were making His appeal through us. We implore you on Christ’s behalf, be reconciled to God.”
Each of us who takes on the identity of “Christian” becomes Christ’s ambassador – or ‘christou apostoloi’ in Greek, which we shorten to the first letters “Chi” and “Alpha” or XA.
However, to sum us up, it comes down to three words: Jesus, Purpose & Community. We believe in Jesus, trust Him to define our purpose and we believe that faith is best experienced and explored in the context of community.
Watch this video to hear what students have to say about being involved in Chi Alpha.
Paul Billings, firstname.lastname@example.org
Through evangelism and discipleship, CODC passionately reaches students with the gospel and help establish them in their walk to become mature followers of Christ. The ministry possesses a deep commitment to the Great Commandment and the Great Commission. CODC was founded under the supervision of Capitol Hill Baptist Church with the simple vision of “Glorifying God by Building Laborers on the Campus for the Lost World”.
Coalition for Christian Outreach (CCO)
Jim Hagan, email@example.com
Wayne Chen, firstname.lastname@example.org
The CCO is a campus ministry that partners with Great Commission Community Church to equip men and women who, having experienced new and abundant life through the Gospel of Jesus Christ, live out their Christian faith in the world. CCO’s ministry at Georgetown, H2O, helps college students find a home in Christ and grow in their love for Jesus and their neighbor. On campus, H2O holds gatherings focusing on discipleship, prayer, and worship.
Vivian Young, email@example.com
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship is an ecumenical and interdenominational Christian community committed to pursuing the fullness of life in Christ and growing in love for God, God’s Word, God’s people of every ethnicity and culture, and God’s purposes in the world. We are a group where questions and doubts are welcome and where we pursue a relationship with Jesus that really means something for the way we live: faith that is active, risk-taking, and growing. We do this both on campus with our weekly meetings and off-campus with our Spring Break Urban Plunge in DC’s Anacostia neighborhood, summer Chapter Camp at Lake Champion, and so many other great opportunities!
Galen Zook, firstname.lastname@example.org
IV Graduate meets weekly on campus for Bible Study, fellowship, and prayer, monthly with graduate students from five other Washington, DC universities. We have monthly service projects and special meetings with Christian grad students from other universities where we help each other integrate our Christian faith with our academic studies.
Rich Vanegas, email@example.com
Every Nation Campus is a campus ministry that serves college students in the DC Metropolitan area. We are based out of Grace Covenant Church, and a part of an international family of churches and ministries called Every Nation.