Partners in Ministry
The Center for Faith and Learning seeks to enhance the connections between classroom teaching, scholarship, and Christian faith and practice. Click here for information about the integration of faith and learning in Christian higher education.
The Convocation Series is dedicated to help students build Christian faith, affirm Christian values, and address the moral and ethical dimensions of current issues.
Student-Led Ministries exists to help Pepperdine students grow in Christian faith and character by encouraging, promoting, and supporting student-led, Christian ministries.
The Spiritual Life Advisor program is a peer-ministry that is supported by Community Living and is led by a Resident Director. The general responsibility of the SLA is to serve as the chaplain or "spiritual shepherd" to students in the on-campus residential facilities by fostering an atmosphere that encourages spiritual growth through encouragement, support, and accountability.
The home page for the Pepperdine University Office of Campus Ministry. Click here for information about Campus Ministry events, activities, Thursday night worship, Campus Ministers Linda Truschke and Thomas Fitzpatrick, and Campus Ministry retreats.
The Religion Division is a part of Pepperdine University's Seaver College. The Religion Division offers undergraduate and graduate courses in Old and New Testament, history, ministry, missions, and theology.
The Office of Church Relations serves as a liaison between Pepperdine University and the greater Churches of Christ around the world. Click here for information about the annual Pepperdine Bible Lectures and information about local preachers and ministers within the Churches of Christ.
The University Church of Christ in Malibu, CA meets on the Pepperdine University Malibu campus.
A network for women who minister in the Church of Christ and other Restoration movement churches.
An organization promoting gender justice within the Churches of Christ.
Leaven is a journal promoting Christian ministry. Click here to visit the Leaven Journal home page and subscribe.