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Campus Ministry Commission strives to encourage, equip, and engage students in practicing their faith and spiritual commitments in communal worship that is creative and innovative, rooted and welcoming.

Each Wednesday, worship and community formation will take place in the Centrum. Follow Concordia Campus Ministry on Facebook and Instagram for updates.

Join us in the Centrum or online for virtual chapel. 

Faith Formation

Campus Ministry Commission strives to encourage, equip, and engage students in exploring their faith in dialogue with one another, scripture, and the world so that their faith formation may be deepened and broadened for the journey.

While classes are in session, various bible studies and book studies are offered by our campus ministers, student leaders, and faculty partners.


Campus Ministry Commission strives to encourage, equip, and engage students in enacting their faith in the context of a complex world by walking alongside one another in solidarity that lives out interdependence and mutuality.  

Habitat for Humanity is one of the most active campus chapters, sending more than 130 students in 6-7 service trips across the country each spring breakaway and an international trip in May every other year. In addition, Habitat for Humanity organizes a variety of on-campus and local events within the Fargo-Moorhead community. Through Habitat for Humanity, students are engaged in service in their community, build relationships with both students and community members, and explore underlying issues creating the need for affordable housing and the call of faith in responding to both immediate physical needs and long-term social complexities. Habitat for Humanity is a campus chapter of the local Habitat for Humanity affiliate, Lake Agassiz. For more information, email

Each academic year, Justice Journeys coordinates, recruits for, plans for, and executes three trips during spring breakaway, as well as occasional international trips in May, with the aim of encountering, engaging, learning, and accompanying an issue of justice by walking alongside people, organizations, and systems directly affected by and working toward justice. Topics and locations change each year. Each trip typically includes one faculty or staff advisor, two student leaders, and 8-12 student participants. For more information, email


Campus Ministry

Knutson Campus Center