At Huntingdon College, we believe that God has placed a calling on each and every person’s life. Huntingdon College Campus Ministries offers many avenues for exploring what that calling is for each individual. This does not mean that all persons who feel called to ministry must explore full-time, or ordained, ministry. As a community of faith, together we discern what it means for each person to be called by God.
Huntingdon College Campus Ministries also places an intentional emphasis on helping to equip and to guide individuals who are exploring a calling to full-time, or ordained, ministry. As a College of the United Methodist Church, Huntingdon is uniquely equipped to help students seeking ordination as Elders or Deacons in the United Methodist Church. The Rev. Woods Lisenby is an appointed clergy person of the Alabama-West Florida Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church, and can help to guide individuals who are discerning the calling received from God.
Each year Huntingdon College Campus Ministries partners with the Huntingdon Department of Religion faculty, as well as with local churches, to take students on a tour of divinity schools, seminaries, and schools of theology of the United Methodist Church. Students who may be interested in attending graduate or professional schools in religious disciplines following graduation from Huntingdon are encouraged to take advantage of this trip.
To learn even more about Huntingdon Campus Ministries, visit hccampusministries.com.