As an essential outworking of Spiritual Formation, Practical Christian Involvement exists to cultivate a lifestyle of service as a response to and an expression of the Gospel. The true Servant, Jesus, called his followers to imitate Him by serving their neighbors with time, talents, skills, and words.
Opportunities for Students to Love, Learn About, and Serve Off-Campus Spheres
- The PCI Initiatives include student-led teams and projects that creatively engage the local community through specific means, such as tutoring, protecting the sanctity of life, and visiting prisons. Click the link above to see a list of initiatives and how you can be involved.
- Community Service Day hosts community-wide projects that practically serve individuals, families, churches, and non-profit groups in Rhea County and surrounding counties. Classes are cancelled so that the entire campus - students, faculty, and staff - can take part.
- Break for Change is a short-term mission trip program that sends student teams to work with long-term partners of Bryan College during Spring Break.