Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
InterVarsity at Marquette seeks to build community and help students grow in their faith through three tiers of focus.
- Worship: God calls His people to worship Him and proclaim His truth on campus. We do this through prayer meetings, Large Group worship service, and other creative and alternative forms of worship.
- Discipleship: God desires that his people grow in their faith and move on from spiritual milk to solid food. We do this through small group Bible studies, one-on-one and group discipleship, accountability groups, peer mentoring and GIGs. (Bible studies for non-believers)
- Justice: God desires us to be His hands and feet of justice and mercy to a hurting world. We do this through awareness campaigns, service opportunities and mentoring opportunities in the community.
The Graduate/Faculty arm of InterVarsity is a collection of people interested in how our Christian faith intersects with our academic pursuits. We seek to provide a nurturing and supportive community while giving attention to spiritual formation, outreach and service, and integration of faith and learning. We hold graduate- and faculty-specific programming, such as Bible studies, discussion groups and citywide gatherings, designed to meet the needs of faculty and graduate students.