International Fellowship & Church
We gather every Sunday morning for a worship service and our international class, and we would love to have you join us–even if you’re not a Christian.
If you live in Spartan Village, here’s how you can get a free ride:
Look for our church van at 8:50 am OR 10:35 am at the Community Center.
If you come for our morning worship service at 9:15, we invite you to stay for our international class at 11 am.
If you live on campus, the van will stop at various places, so check out our Campus Van Schedule.
What to Expect
Worship Service (9:15): during our morning worship, we sing songs (words are provided on a screen for you to follow along), we pray (led by someone up front), and we listen to the pastor teach from the Bible.
After worship, we have coffee and refreshments and encourage you to hang around to talk and meet new people.
International Fellowship Class (11 am): We offer a safe place to ask questions about Christianity and explore what being a Christian looks like in everyday life. This is a smaller class and provides a great opportunity to make friends with people from our church.
Who We Are
Check us out at: University Reformed Church
More about our International Fellowship
As a registered student group with MSU, we have students and scholars from all levels in our fellowship. We also meet on campus for Bible study, fellowship, and outreach opportunities.
But we are more than a campus fellowship. We greatly value the local church and desire to see internationals connect with believers from all walks of life. Within the church our international fellowship is focused on providing internationals with a welcoming church home, equipping believers for life and ministry in the local church, and discipling young believers in doctrine and practice.
If you are new to Christianity, we hope to be a safe place for you to explore the faith and ask questions.
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