Seaver College Student Spiritual Life
The athletic department hosts an Athletics Sponsored Chapel (open to all) every week and also a student-led athlete small group that occurs weekly after athlete chapel. Most teams also have their own spiritual development.
Contact: Krista Lopata
Boone Center for the Family
Relationship IQ, a ministry of the Boone Center for the Family, equips students with the skills, attitude, and character associated with healthy relationships. Through psychoeducational presentations, small-groups, and mentoring rIQ helps young adults in their relationships with God and others.
Contact: Center for the Family, x4771
The Pepperdine Campus Ministry exists to glorify God by gathering college aged students in worship, study, prayer, community and service.
Contact: University Church of Christ
Our many fitness and recreational offerings provide opportunities to enjoy the spiritual and mental as well as physical benefits of adventure, play, teamwork, and taking care of our bodies as the temple of God. A key feature of our Outdoor Recreation program is our biannual God in the Wilderness trip, which allows students to earn convocation credits.
Contact: Campus Rec
Center for Faith and Learning
The Center offers support for faculty, staff and students in all five schools of the University as they seek to engage in cutting-edge, original scholarship and classroom teaching within a framework of Christian values and beliefs.
Contact: Stephanie Cupp, x4141
The mission of Pepperdine International Programs is to provide students a life-changing international experience designed for intellectual, social, personal, and spiritual transformation. IP offers SALT (Serving as Leaders Together), a worship time for students going abroad.
Contact: International Programs, x4230
Hub for Spiritual Life
Our office provides opportunities for the University community to express Christian faith and spiritual renewal. These include gatherings for students, faculty, and staff at the Thanksgiving and Easter celebrations, Veritas Forum, Seaver Baccalaureate service, and regular times of prayer and worship.
Contact: Sara Barton, x4275; Rachel Collins
Religion and Philosophy Division
The Religion Division offers several undergraduate and graduate level programs with a variety of courses available in Biblical studies and languages, Christian thought, missions, and ministry.
Contact: Tiffany Ferguson, x4352
Ministry Internship Coordinator: David Lemley, x4281
Spiritual Life Advisors/HRL
The Spiritual Life Advisor program is a peer-to-peer ministry developed after Jesus'
model of incarnational ministry. Students trained in and committed to Christian spiritual
formation live in freshman and sophomore halls to provide spiritual resources (Bible
studies, small groups, prayer, introduction to spiritual disciplines and friendship),
support and care, and a safe space for all residents. The SLA program is supported
by Housing and Residence Life.
This office exists to help Pepperdine students grow in Christian faith and character by encouraging, promoting, and supporting student-led, Christian ministries.
Contact: Rachel Collins