Impact Movement

Welcome!

The Impact Movement at Marquette is a place where you can be with other Black college students and make connections, grow spiritually, and pursue justice for our community together. We are a community where every student involved in Impact is challenged to enthusiastically embrace and critically understand their ethnic identity as integral to the ministry of the Gospel on campus, in the community, and throughout the world.

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Weekly Discipleship Groups - Virtual (starting the week of September 21st) 

This year, we will have weekly discipleship groups where we will bond and create lasting relationships, explore what the Bible has to say about topics like racial injustice, our Blackness, stewardship, doubt, suffering, and a lot more and grow together as leaders and students on campus.

Monthly Large Groups Meetings feat. Prominent Speakers - Virtual 

Every month, we will have speakers like Jemar Tisby, best-selling author of the Color of Compromise: The Truth about the American Church’s Complicity in Racism, and the Black women of the Truth’s Table who are psychologists, theologians, and activists come share with us about what the Good News (gift offered to us by God) is to Black College Students, and our CEO and President of the Impact Movement, Jimmy McGee, who is also a Marquette alum.

Regular Social Events - Virtual

Stay up to date with our regular events and connections on our IG page @impactmovemke. You are always w​elcome and invited. 

Even if you’re not sure about what you think about God, you are just looking for community on campus and curious, or are looking for a space to grow in your relationship with Jesus, there is always space for you at Impact so check us out. Please reach out to us with any questions or thoughts you might have. Your Impact family is excited to meet you, grow with you, and serve you.

You can get ahold of us through Instagram @impactmovemke or by contacting Makda Aseffa our Campus Coach.

For more information about the Impact Movement, please contact Kesha Wilkinson and visit The Impact Movement online.