One of the joys of living our Catholic faith is sharing it in our supportive parish community. Being away from home for often the first time, students search for a sense of belonging. It is our hope that students will come to make Christ-centered friendships through the community at the Newman Center.
In attempt to foster this community, each school year begins with a breakfast welcome event following the first Mass. Old friends reconnect and new ones are made with the help of the Waffle Man! Since the installment of the new building, we are still figuring out how to route the giant crowd in the most efficient way possible. We are always amazed at how many students take part in this fun tradition of ours!
Ever semester we host a Koinonia retreat. Koinonia means 'community' in Greek and this retreat is focused on introducing students to one another and creating life-long friendships.
Every Thursday after the 10 pm Mass, students gather for Community Nights. Community Night is a long standing tradition at the Newman Center that draws students to a safe environment to grow in fellowship and community. Each week has a different theme such as Movie Night, Battle of the Bands, Trivia Night, and many others.
Other opportunities for fellowship and community come during our:
Join us in praying the Newman Center Capital Campaign Prayer for the students, staff and benefactors of the Newman Center and the success of our "Great Problem to Have" Capital Campaign.
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