Our Christian faith is the most important part of our campus. Spiritual conversations happen as a natural part of life. But our faith isn’t just talk here. It’s lived out in countless ways in a community mindful of what it means to outwardly share Christ’s love.
Join other students in service by running a shelter for families, traveling the globe on a short-term mission trip, ministering to middle and higher schoolers and more. Specialized ministries like recycling, technology, construction and counseling offer interest-specific opportunities to serve.
Take serving a step further by applying to be a Bonner Scholar. Part of a national network, the Bonner program provides access to education and opportunities to serve. Students accepted to the program receive a generous scholarship package and engage in intensive community service and professional skills development. Bonners work for positive world change, with an emphasis on direct service, community-based research, social entrepreneurship or public policy advocacy.
At Carson-Newman, you’ll find a community that encourages you in your spiritual walk and challenges you to put your faith into action. You’ll find plenty of opportunities here.
Each semester, we send students all over the country and throughout the world on mission trips through the North America Mission Board’s GenSend program.
The intersection of a person’s passion and a world’s need is where Christ’s love can be found. Find your passion and join us as we share the love of Jesus Christ while serving others!
Poverty Relief Ministry- Serve both our community and this appalachian region of East Tennessee through our Home Repair Ministry, Food and Clothing Pantry, Firewood Ministry, Hispanic Ministry, Recycling Ministry, Computer Ministry, volunteer at the AMOS Thrift Store and More!
One day community service blitz for Carson-Newman students, faculty, and staff to serve within the surrounding areas.
Service is an expression of who we are at Carson-Newman.