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Muskingum University seeks to assist students in relating their college experience to the Christian faith. Accordingly, the campus ministry is designed to vitalize religious life on campus.

Every student is given opportunities not only for academic study of the Christian traditions and of other world religions, but also for participation in extracurricular programs and groups provided to stimulate intelligent reflection upon, and develop mature understanding of, the Christian faith.

The college minister coordinates the religious life activities on campus and is also available for personal and religious counsel. Campus ministry programs, including the Beacon of Life lecture series, often address contemporary social, political, and ethical issues from a Christian perspective. The college minister's office also sponsors speakers, films, and programs to supplement course offerings.

Through the Center for Church Life, Muskingum works with congregations in the local presbytery to develop programs which will assist churches of all denominations in serving their congregations and communities. Mr Tom Martin serves as the Interim Director. His extention is 6104.

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