There are many activities you can get involved in at Manhattan Christian College. Many of our ministries and activities were started by students and are led by students. Here are some of the opportunities we have for you to develop as a Christian leader.
Resident Assistants lead people towards maturity in Christ through spiritual growth, relationship building, and personal discipline.
Chapel services are held each Thursday morning. Chapel provides an opportunity for the college to come together and worship as a family. Worship is led by students. Speakers from the area, missionaries, and college personnel present a message to challenge students in their faith.
Small Groups are small discipleship groups for Freshman and Sophomores led by upperclassmen. Upperclassmen Small Groups are discipleship groups led by faculty and/or staff members.
Student Government (StuGov) is the student governing body elected each year by the students. StuGov members serve as student advocates to college officials as well as serve on several student-led committees. Student Government works closely with the Student Development Office to develop effective student programming. Various committees of the Student Government coordinate activities throughout the school year; such as banquets, receptions, and parties.
A team of students, organized by the Admissions staff, who have a strong loyalty to the college and are passionate about encouraging other high school students to attend a Christian College in general and MCC specifically.
There are many Christian organizations at KSU that you can get involved in: Christian Challenge, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, H.I.S. (Helping International Students), Icthus Christian Fellowship, and Navigators just to name a few.
Many MCC students are active in off-campus ministries. These ministry opportunities are more than just a hobby…they are a passion. Such ministries include: weekend preaching, part-time youth ministry, worship leading, and other church involvement.
Kerusso Dayz Ministry:
Kerusso Dayz and other mission trips are offered throughout the year. The Kerusso Dayz trips are organized by the Student Development office and led by students.
Teams of students, organized by the Institutional Advancement Office, represent MCC at churches and functions around the Midwest. The teams travels throughout the year to share their love for the college and her mission with alumni and friends of the college.
Nursing Home Ministry:
Nursing Home Ministry gives students an opportunity to minister to the elderly through weekly visits, giving an encouraging note, making holiday cards & many other activities.
The drama ministry, the Troupe, performs in area churches and on campus presenting the Gospel through drama.
Summer Camp Teams:
A summer ministry where teams travel throughout the nation and help at Christian camps and conferences. Camp Team is a great opportunity to meet people, share the Lord, and experience many aspects of ministry.
MCC offers men’s & women’s basketball and soccer, men’s baseball and women’s volleyball. Participation in MCC athletics is regulated by the NCCAA and the Midwest Christian College Conference.