Campus Ministry at D'Youville College welcomes individuals from every faith tradition to participate in its programs and activities.
Campus Ministry offers a variety of programs which are designed to foster both spiritual and personal growth.
Campus Ministry provides an opportunity to attend Mass in the Sacred Heart Chapel
(located on the 3rd floor of the KAB) on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday's at 11:30
AM and a Sunday Mass at 7:30 PM during the academic year. All are welcome regardless
of denominational affiliation.
Campus Ministry has a directory of Houses of Worship in proximity to D'Youville College.
Alumni may arrange to host their weddings at the Sacred Heart Chapel in the KAB on the D'Youville College campus.
Starting February 14, Campus Ministry will be hosting a series of events to examine and engage in the sacred season of Lent. Opportunities for service are available.
|Event||Date & Time||Location||Location|
|Ash Wednesday||February 14||11:30 AM||Sacred Heart Chapel|
|*Holy Time of Adoration||February 14 and Thursdays during Lent (till March 22)||12:00 PM-1:00PM||Sacred Heart Chapel|
|The Working Poor||February 14||12:30 PM||Blue Lounge, College Center|
*During the Holy Time of Adoration, the commmunity is invited to come to any part of adoration or stay for the hour.
D’Youville’s Campus Cupboard is a campus-wide effort to ensure every student has access to vital non-perishable food items and personal care items. Campus Cupboard is available to any D’Youville student who has a need: No questions will be asked. No financial proof will be required. No paperwork will be needed.
Anyone seeking assistance only needs to contact the Campus Ministry Office or stop by the office in the Koessler Administration Building. If you know of an individual in need, but that person is uncomfortable seeking assistance, please contact our office and we will arrange to discreetly provide them with assistance.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
According to Feeding America, a network of emergency food shortage agencies, nearly one third of those they serve had to choose between paying for food and covering educational expanses in a 2014 survey. And that need extends to our campus: From April 2016 to May 2017, Campus Cupboard has been accessed over 450 times.
The Campus Cupboard is always accepting donations of (non expired) non-perishable food items and personal care items. Donations can be brought to or left at the Campus Ministry Office, KAB 121. Monetary donations are also accepted.
Oatmeal/Cereal, Raisins, Protein Bars, Fruit Bars, Peanuts, Applesauce, Peanut Butter, Jelly, Soy Milk, Soup, Juice Pouches, Canned Fruits, and Vegetables, Tuna, Rice, Pasta, Pasta Sauce, Canned Beans, Crackers, Frozen Dinners
Personal Care Items:
Toothpaste, Toothbrushes, Feminine Products, Deodorant, Bar Soap, Body Wash, Shampoo, Dish Soap, Laundry Soap, Toilet Paper
Support the Campus Cupboard by donating gently used t-shirts through Friday, March 23.
Collection sites include KAB 121 & 346.Contribute Clothing
Donate To Hurricane Relief
Join us as we collect funds to benefit the recovery efforts in Houston and Puerto Rico.
Offering opportunities both locally and nationally, Campus Ministry needs volunteers to serve on mission trips and other events. Get involved and help assist the community.
Locations: Koessler Administration Building (KAB 121), & School of Arts, Science, and Education (SASE 113)
Campus Cupboard: Koessler Administration Building (KAB 121)
Mon - Fri: 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Assoc. Campus Minister: Reverend Jan Mahle, firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Lori Marasco, email@example.com