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Minnesota State University, Mankato

Minnesota State University, Mankato

The office of Recognized Student Organizations (RSO) is located within the Student Activities center, CSU 173. It is the job of the RSO staff to help student organizations become recognized by the Student Senate and to help the organizations in any way possible. For more information, visit the RSO website.

This is not the current directory. It is an archival copy. There is a current RSO Directory that you may consult for current information.

RSO Details

Page address: http://www.mnsu.edu/atoz/rso-archive/details.php?name=Lutheran Campus Ministry - The Crossroads

Lutheran Campus Ministry - The Crossroads

RSO Category: Religious

PresidentSara Rendall sara.rendall@mnsu.edu
AdvisorLinda Duckett linda.duckett@mnsu.edu
Meeting Info.331 Dillon Ave., Mankato, MN 56001
Constitution Crossroads Constitution.docx
Emaillcmcrossroads@gmail.com
Websitehttp://www.facebook.com/pages/Crossroads-Lutheran-Campus-Ministry/187131451299605?v=wall

Mission

The purpose of this organization shall be to gather students for fellowship, service-learning, worship and leadership experiences. As a Christian Community seeking to understand the intersection of Faith with Life we value: • Christ centered worship and teaching • Love for our neighbor as the greatest of spiritual gifts • A non-judgmental community which respects and appreciates diversity • Hospitality for the visitor • The asking of questions and the pursuit of truth • A safe community in which people are appreciated for who they are (God's beloved children) • Academic and personal excellence The Campus Ministry reflects the church's mission to make Christ known to persons and places beyond itself. The college and university campus is one of those critical places where this church is challenged to find its voice in witness to God's saving work. With an emphasis on truth, discovery, creativity, and personal growth, the campus is a primary context for proclaiming, hearing, and living out the gospel. The interaction of this church and higher education provides for inspired education and informed faith. This search for truth and all its implications is a godly vocation and a gift of the Spirit. It springs from the very heart of Lutheran identity.