The mission of Spirituality Programming at Culver-Stockton College is to sustain the spirit of the College's heritage as a College of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) by providing a caring and supportive environment in which students examine their faith, discover a deep sense of their being and express it by sharing their best-loved gifts in a place of the world's deep need.
The College provides a variety of formal and informal avenues for students to explore during their spiritual journey:
- All-campus assemblies (Thanksgiving, Advent and Lent)
- Community service projects
- Counseling with the College Chaplain
- Disciples on Campus
- ACTS – Contemporary Student-Led Worship
- CIA (Christians in Action)
- Places of solitude (e.g., All Faiths Chapel in the Gladys Crown Center)
- Religion courses (through the Division of Humanities)
- Robison Lecture
- Service-Learning Travel (e.g., Los Villareales, Mexico)
- Chapel services
- Worship in local congregations
- Care Mail (an e-mail means of keeping the campus community informed of needs for prayer, expressions of concern, or congratulations).
Spiritual Programming is guided by the College Chaplain, in conjunction with the College's Ministry Council.
Below is a list of local churches:
Canton Christian Church (Disciples of Church)
Immanuel United Methodist Church
St. Joseph Catholic Church
First Baptist Church