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4Corners Christian Fellowship

Director: Carmen Hsu, Ken Hsu
Contact:  Stephanie Hsieh

4Corners Christian Fellowship is a fellowship of brothers and sisters from all over the world and a Christian student group at USC.  Our vision is to create a place where people from many cultures and diverse backgrounds can come together to experience God and journey alongside each other.  Along the way we also hang out, eat good food, go on awesome trips, and just do college life together.  At 4Corners, we try to recreate what we read in Acts chapter 2 of the Bible – ordinary folks forming an extraordinary community – and we invite you to join us!


Acts2Fellowship

Director: Mike Fu
Contact: Stephen Chen

Acts2Fellowship is a Christian fellowship open to all USC undergraduate students looking to grow in their faith, as well as to those who want to simply investigate and check out what Christianity is all about.  We strive to live out the model of the early church portrayed in Acts 2.  We meet for weekly Bible studies on Friday evenings, and have a ton of fun along the way as we go on outings and activities.  Hope you can check us out!


Adventist Student Community

Advisors: Donovan Childs, Carl Voight
Contact: Alex Habumugisha

The Adventist Student Community aims to explore physical and mental health as it relates to Christian spirituality in an inclusive and affirming way for all students. This is an LGBTQ inclusive place. The organization endeavors to represent and provide deeper understanding of the values and beliefs of the Seventh-Day Adventist church, and aspires to showcase different biblical interpretations. Additionally, it seeks to foster an open community, consisting of people from all backgrounds, where all Bible discussion is welcome. Above all, the organization will strive to maintain a fellowship in order to welcome the Sabbath together and unwind from the stressors of the week.


Alpha Delta Chi: A Sisterhood for Christ

Advisor: T.B.D.
Contact: Camille Verendia

Alpha Delta Chi is a national Christian sorority with three purposes: spiritual, scholastic and social. It offers the experience of sisterhood, with a focus on spiritual mentoring in Christ as well as fun social events within and outside of the Greek communities on campus.


Alpha Gamma Omega: The Christ-Centered Fraternity

Director: T.B.D.
Contact: Calvin Lee

Alpha Gamma Omega Fraternity is USC’s only Christian Fraternity and was chartered on February 3, 2001. Pi Chapter is the largest of any Alpha Gamma Omega chapter in the United States and is extremely active in national AGO events, as well as events within the Greek system here at USC. AGO is an influential member of one of the nation’s most prominent Greek communities and excels in the academic, athletic, philanthropic, and social activities of the Greek community while representing Christ in all that it does.


Alpha Omega Campus Ministry

Affiliated with The Los Angeles Church of Christ and Lifeway Church
Director: Jacob Ardron, Tiffany Ardron
Contact: alphaomegacampusm@gmail.com

The campus group of Alpha Omega is a culturally and racially diverse group of Christians, seeking to live out what they learn from the Bible and to help others know the truth about Jesus Christ. They engage in many activities, from serving the homeless to having weekly Bible studies.


Amazing Grace Fellowship

Director: Dr. Ming-Deh Huang
Contact: Jolee Zhou

Amazing Grace is a student organization that engages the students through caring for their needs, providing a safe place for building relationships and the spiritual resources for one’s relationship with God. It is our purpose to develop a caring community of students who are transformed by Jesus Christ. We seek to welcome students from all nations, invite them to consider Christ. For those who choose to follow Christ, we help them to grow in faith, encourage them to passionately live life in a manner consistent with belief in the God of the Bible, and inspire commitment to advancing the purposes of God in the world.


Asian American Christian Fellowship

University Advisor:Jeremy Wu
Contact: aacf.trojans@gmail.com

Asian American Christian Fellowship seeks to reach students, especially Asian Pacific Americans, with the message of Jesus Christ, and to help them grow as disciples and develop their spiritual gifts. Midweek activities include Bible studies, one-on-one discipleship meetings, and service projects, as well as the main Thursday fellowship time. Whether you’re looking for a Christian fellowship or Bible study to join or just want to know about Christianity and faith, come join us! AACF is a fellowship that loves Jesus and wants to reach the larger USC community with His life-changing gospel message. We are committed to making disciples by educating and equipping students in biblical foundations, Christian disciplines, and the development of spiritual gifts in order to prepare them for witness and service on the campus, in the church, in the marketplace, and in world missions.


Athletes in Action

Affiliated with A ministry of Campus Crusade for Christ International
Director: Michael Sylvester
Contact:  T.B.D.

The members of Athletes in Action proclaim the gospel of Jesus Christ to fellow athletes and others involved in sports. They offer spiritual and character development through Bible studies, social gatherings, and community work, and train athletes to minister to those whom they influence – fans, high school students, etc.


Bellman Chinese Christian Bible Study

Advisor: Shuai (Matthew) Xu
Contact: Josephine Fang

The Bellman Chinese Christian Bible Study Group welcomes all Chinese-speaking people interested in Christianity and the Bible. The group studies the Bible together (in Mandarin Chinese). They offer a special welcome to new students coming from overseas who are seeking to adjust to life at USC.


Black Campus Ministries

Director: Alan Zeng
Contact: usc.blackcampusministries@gmail.com

Black Campus Ministries is a Christ-centered community designed to create a safe and welcoming space for all Black students by acknowledging our identities, empowering each other through authentic friendship, and effecting change in the people around us. Black Campus Ministries is a branch of InterVarsity Trojan Christian Fellowship.  Join us weekly to get an idea of everything we do!


Bridges International

The International Student Ministry of Campus Crusade for Christ
Directors:  Brianna Keen , Cheri Lawrence
Contact: Arshine Kingsley

Bridges International encourages international students to explore how to have a relationship with God, to grow as Christians through worship and Bible study, to build friendships with other students through trips and weekly meetings, and to reach out to others. Activities are open to all regardless of religious background. We are committed to serving, promoting social connections and engaging in spiritual conversations with international students so that students become leaders internationally.


Canterbury USC – Episcopal Campus Ministry

Directors: Reverend Dr. Glenn M. Libby
Contact: Joseph Blundell

A progressive Christian fellowship combining strong liturgy and ancient tradition with open-mindedness, the Episcopal Church on campus invites a wide diversity of persons into an active, contemporary community of faith. It especially seeks to be a safe place for uncertain explorers as well as for those who are firm in their beliefs.


Catholic Graduate Student Association

Director: Rosie Shawver
Contact: Kathleen Pavy

The Catholic Graduate Student Association is affiliated with the USC Catholic Center and Our Savior Parish, and is a group that welcomes Catholic graduate students and graduate students of all faiths to come together in fellowship. We offer many different activities such as dinners, SCCs (Small Christian Communities, similar to a Bible study), Worship and Adoration, service projects, beach volleyball and much more.


Catholic Student Association

Director: Rosie Shawver
Contact: Kathleen Pavy

The USC Catholic Center offers multiple programs and activities for spiritual, social, and academic growth, including retreats, liturgies, service projects, leadership opportunities, faith-sharing groups, guest speakers, fun socials, and more. Mass is said morning and evening on Sundays, and also on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings.


Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship

Director: T.B.D.
Contact: Jacob Zorehkey

Chi Alpha University Christian Outreach is a Christian campus ministry on universities throughout the United States and around the world. We are a movement of college-age men and women earnestly following Jesus. We are not a fraternity or sorority. We invite everyone to be a part, regardless of background. We meet on campus in groups of varying size and style. These gatherings are informal, infused with music and interaction, and cover topics from relationships to the nature of truth. These meetings are opportunities for students to meet God, each other, and the needs of the community.


Christian Challenge

Director: Neil Walker
Contact: Diego Cervantes

Christian Challenge seeks to lift up the name of Jesus Christ, develop Christian leaders, and nurture students in the Christian life that they may be lifelong laborers in the harvest. Historically linked with the Southern Baptist Convention, it is an interdenominational ministry found on 1,200 college campuses in the US.


Christian Medical Dental Association (CMDA)

Affiliated with Christian Medical & Dental Association
Advisor:
T.B.D.
Contact: Hope Penner

The Christian Medical Dental Association offers Christian fellowship for students at the USC School of Dentistry, with weekly Bible studies and prayer meetings. Students have the opportunity to encourage each other, gain insight form local dental professionals, and become involved with our annual dental mission trip to Guatemala.


Christian Students at USC

Affiliated with the Church in Los Angeles
Advisor: Stephen Yowell
Contact: Alan Dong

Christian Students at USC is the outreach ministry of the Church in Los Angeles, historically connected to the missionary efforts of Watchman Nee and Witness Lee. We are a group of simple Christians from diverse backgrounds who love the Lord Jesus Christ and love to dive into His Word. We have many Bible studies on campus, a Sunday morning campus ministry meeting, youth mentoring, and small group fellowship in a home setting.


Code for Christ

Advisor: T.B.D.
Contact: codeforchristusc@gmail.com

We’re a Christ centered community of developers that create coding projects to advance God’s kingdom by loving and serving those around us and equipping the saints with tools to more effectively share the Gospel.


Coptic Club at USC

Director: Mark Soliman
Contact: usccopticclub@gmail.com

The Coptic Clubs of the Los Angeles Diocese are student-run organizations that provide a community for undergraduate and graduate students within the Orthodox Christian faith tradition. Each Coptic Club typically meets weekly for a talk and discussion with a guest speaker, followed by dinner. Other events include: Prayer meetings, Bible studies, Church services, Service projects, Social events such as dinners, bonfires, potlucks, sporting events, etc. The clubs also join together periodically for retreats, and other fun social events.


Cru (Campus Crusade for Christ)

Affiliated with Campus Crusade for Christ International

Director:  Brian Dillard Mario Martini
Advisor: Jim Cunningham
Contact: trojancru@gmail.com

CRU is committed to helping students to grow spiritually in an authentic relationship with Jesus. CRU offers small group Bible studies, prayer times, retreats and conferences, and summer mission projects, in addition to the larger “727” weekly gathering for fellowship and praise.


Fearless

Contact: Drew Tsun

Fearless is an on-campus organization based out of a church in downtown Los Angeles called Fearless LA. Fearless organization holds worship nights on campus along with weekly community groups. The goal of Fearless organization is to create a place for students on campus to come together, encounter God, grow in their relationship and walk with Him, and develop deep friendships with other believers.


Fellowship of Christian Physician Assistant Students

Advisor: T.B.D.
Contact: Chris Tucker

The Fellowship of Christian Physician Assistants meets weekly for Bible study, prayer, and fellowship at USC’s Alhambra campus, often with guest speakers addressing issues related to health or healthcare in today’s world.


Gould Christian Fellowship

Director: Jerry Romasco
Contact: Riley Mailman

Gould Christian Fellowship (GCF) seeks to provide a spiritual home for students as they attend law school and foster an environment in which students can grow in the Christian faith together.  All are welcome at GCF, and we encourage students through connecting them to local churches, holding regular meetings for Bible study or prayer, and hosting other types of fellowship.


Grace on Campus

A ministry of Grace Community Church
Advisor: Carol Koprowski
Contact: uscgoc@gmail.com

Grace on Campus is a ministry of Grace Community Church in which students learn to cultivate their relationship with Jesus Christ and glorify Him in all they do. Weekly meetings on campus focus on instruction from God’s word, worship through song, fellowship, and discipleship.


Greek InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

Advisor:  T.B.D.
Contact:  Jordan Hunter

Greek InterVarsity is a ministry to fraternity and sorority students.  We are dedicated to helping Greeks navigate the tension between Greek Life and the Faith Life.  While we are a Christian ministry dedicated to helping students learn about and follow Jesus, we gladly welcome any person from any background to attend.


In Christ Alone Ministry

Affiliated with White Harvest Evangelical Church
Advisor: T.B.D.
Contact: Jae Hyun Lee

In Christ Alone Ministry seeks to help Christian believers apply the Bible to their daily lives, and to pass on what they learn to others. They focus intensively on one-on-one discipleship and small group work, and also join with other campuses to stage summer mission programs and conferences.


InterVarsity-Trojan Christian Fellowship

Director: Alan Zeng
Contact: Sarah Masai

InterVarsity-Trojan Christian Fellowship is a witnessing community of Christians growing in love for God, for God’s Word, for God’s people of every ethnicity and culture, and for God’s purposes in the world. It is committed to being a multi-ethnic community, a place where diverse groups of students become spiritual family.


InterVarsity Graduate Christian Fellowship

Director: T.B.D.
Contact: T.B.D.

The Graduate Christian Fellowship of USC is a ministry of InterVarsity’s Graduate and Faculty Ministries and exists to both connect Christian grad students and to provide ways of thriving in graduate school. We do this through gathering together to pray, discuss and integrate our faith with our work. Our community includes both domestic and international graduate students, and we hope it is a community that can be a resource and a blessing during the unique experience of graduate work and life.


Keck Christian Student Fellowship

Director: T.B.D.
Contact: keckcsf@gmail.com

CSF is a group for anyone who wants to be encouraged in their Christian faith or who is interested in learning more about how the love of Jesus changes lives. We meet on the Health Sciences Campus and like to spend time together talking, eating, taking trips and learning how God’s love for us teaches us to love our patients, our communities and one another. You do not need to be a medical student to join us so invite your friends from pharmacy, OT, PT, anywhere at HSC!  Weekly Wed Lunch meeting, noon, KAM B34.  Mon PM Bible Study, Currie Hall (email for info).


Korean Christian Association (KCA)

Advisor: T.B.D.
Contact: Keun Won Kim

KCA is Christian club in purpose of educating and fostering Christian Leaders in all fields of profession, such as accounting, medical, music, and others. Our club provides strong elite alumni connections and programs with Christian belief and culture.


Korean-American Campus Missions (KCM)

Affiliated with a network of KCMs across 8 California campuses, and with Cerritos Mission Church
Advisor: Pamela Lee
Contact: kcm.usc@gmail.com

KCM exists to care for the collegian by discipling them to value the glory of God through local and global witness to ultimately benefit and build up the local church of Jesus Christ. KCM’s mission is to obey the Great Commission by disciplining and mobilizing collegians through being the evangelistic arm of the local church and building future leaders for the church and world by mobilizing the Christian community to share the gospel. We are open to all students regardless of their beliefs and backgrounds and eager to share the saving love of Jesus Christ. Join us for a great time of fellowship and community! Please check out our social media handles to get a better idea of who we are, what we do, and what we stand for! Follow us to stay updated on new locations and times for meetings every semester.


Latino Fellowship (LaFe)

Director: Tyler Zak
Contact: Rigoberto Sanchez Bravo

LaFe is a leg of InterVarsity Trojan Christian Fellowship. We aim to make Christian community more accessible to the Latino/a community at USC and to develop quality Christian leaders. LaFe is committed to developing Latino leaders who serve the campus community with the love of Jesus Christ as they explore God, faith, and the experiences of our people.


Latter-Day Saint Student Association

Affiliated with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, USC Ward
Director: Michael Stanley
Contact: Kevin Calaway

Latter-day Saints believe that God is the Father and human beings are his children, for whom he has a plan as outlined in the scriptures. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is neither Catholic nor Protestant, but rather claims to be a latter-day restoration of first century Christianity.


LIGHT Campus Ministries

Advisor: T.B.D.
Contact: Anthony Yin

At LIGHT campus ministries, students learn what it means to be Living in God’s Hope and Truth (LIGHT). Through fellowship, worship, mentorship, and Bible studies, we seek to foster spiritual growth and maturity. Starting from building a believer’s foundation on firm knowledge and faith, our goal is to understand the hope and purpose God has for us and to empower each other to let our light shine!


Lighthouse at USC

Advisor: Faith Ishibashi
Contact: Viet Truong

The purpose of this organization is to provide opportunities for students to be connected to the local church in order to further enrich spiritual life on campus.


Los Angeles United Church – Campus Ministry

Advisor: T.B.D.
Contact:
Jack Myung Yoon

L.A. United Church’s mission is to help train, nurture and cultivate young Christians to integrate Jesus Christ’s teachings and faith in Him into everyday life.  The campus ministry provides USC students and staff a platform to share God’s love and have fellowship with each other.


Lutheran Campus Ministry at USC

Affiliated with St. Mark’s Lutheran Church
Director: Rev. Matt Keadle
Contact:  Ariel Hayward

The Lutheran Campus Ministry is a worshiping Christian community integrated with the members of St. Mark’s Lutheran Church across the street from USC’s campus at 3651 South Vermont Avenue. Our church partners with  St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, across the street from USC’s campus at 3651 South Vermont Avenue, site of “A Community Place”, providing lunches to hungry people.  Worship at 10am Sundays, Multigenerational Bible Study at 7pm Wednesdays.


Overflow A Cappella

Director: Joe Thackwell
Contact: overflow.usc@gmail.com

The enthusiastic souls of Overflow A Cappella have a new mission in mind: to glorify and praise God through the awesomeness that is a cappella music! As a group of students whose lives God has drastically changed through his love, we aim to share that love and passion through music. So sit back, enjoy, and be inundated with an overflow of music, an overflow of passion, and most importantly, as our favorite Bible verse says, an “overflow of praise” (Psalm 119:171).


Power of Praise Church

Director: Pastor Seung-Ho Synn
Contact:
Hyun Tae Kim

Power of Praise Church offers Sunday services, weekly Bible studies and praise meetings with a particular focus on the needs of international students. At its student internet cafe’, The Well, in the University Village, newly arrived students can find friendship and practical assistance in adapting to new surroundings (housing, transport, etc.).


Progressive Christians at USC

Advisor:  Rev. Jim Burklo
Contact:  Michael Hsu

Welcome!  In loving fellowship and spiritual practice, we follow in the historic traditions of Christian faith, interpreting them in light of social and scientific progress. We find grace in intellectual and contemplative engagement with our faith. We believe there is more value in questioning than in absolute answers: we take the Bible seriously because we don’t have to take it literally. We affirm that other religions can be as good for others as ours is good for us. We strive to make our earth a heavenly place of peace, justice, kindness, and beauty: we don’t believe anybody is going to hell. We affirm LGBT sexuality and we celebrate same-sex marriages.   Progressive Christian Student Fellowship – Thursdays 7 pm, URC 201B.  Conocimiento: Alternative Spring Break experience in Arizona, Mar 14-21, 2020–activism for border justice.  Compline:  Meditative worship at St John’s Episcopal Cathedral near campus, first and third Sundays at 8 pm.  FACEBOOK PAGE


Qodesh Campus Fellowship

Director: T.B.D.
Contact: qodeshcf@usc.edu

The primary purpose of QCF is to provide a solid foundation of Bible-based instruction, equipping our members to preach and teach the Gospel. We will provide opportunities for students to give back to God and the community through acts of service and hospitality.


Reformed University Fellowship

Affiliated with the Presbyterian Church of America
Director: Alex Watlington
Contact: Allison Zubeck

RUF (Reformed University Fellowship) is the official campus ministry of the Presbyterian Church in America. This ministry holds to the district teachings of the historic reformation, such as the authority of the inspired scriptures, the grace of the gospel, salvation by faith alone through Christ alone, and all to the glory of God alone. The ministry consequently places ordained pastors who must subscribe the historic teachings on the college campus to work with the students who will lead the ministry.  RUF welcomes any student from any background to come be a part of what they are doing at USC.


ReJOYce in Jesus Campus Fellowship

Affiliated with ReJOYce in Jesus Ministries Inc.
Directors: Ira Dotson, Linda Wooton
Contact:  T.B.D.

ReJOYce in Jesus Campus Fellowship seeks to help students develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, placing Jesus at the center of their lives and of their weekly fellowship on campus. Meetings focus on hearing God’s Word from the Bible, and seeking principles from the Bible to guide everyday life.


Saved by Grace Gospel Choir

Advisor: Christal Young
Contact: uscsavedbygrace@gmail.com

Originally the “USC Gospel Choir,” Saved By Grace, was formed in September 1998. SBG is dedicated and committed to spreading the Good News of Jesus Christ through music and spiritual fellowship Members need not have formal singing or choir experience, just a willingness to express themselves through song. SBG meets on Sunday nights at 7 pm in the Fishbowl Chapel in the University Religious Center.


Shepherds Club

Director: John Baik
Contact: shepherdsclubusc@gmail.com

Shepherds Club is a Christian evangelical student organization, affiliated with University Bible Fellowship.  It is dedicated to the task of campus evangelism. The purpose of this organization is to teach students the Bible and to help them to live according to its teachings. We focus primarily on studying the Bible in a one-to-one setting to go deeper into God’s Word and to help reveal God personally.


Soul Catchers (formerly Mind Above Ministry)

Advisor: T.B.D.
Contact: Kiki Miller

The purpose of this group is to provide a safe space for students to discuss their views on scriptures and how they can be applied to their lives.The group is open for any students and faculty at USC as some members are recent alumni of the university. There should be plenty of opportunities for students to find the spiritual relationship that they’re looking for and this group will provide another opportunity for students.


South LA Christian Life

Director:  Ben Gordon Greg Christman
Contact: Keith Williams

South LA Christian Life is an eclectic group of followers of Jesus, who seek to engage the ancient text in a relevant way, practice faith as it intersects all of life, and interact with neighborhood youth through tutoring.


Tapestry College Ministry

Contact:  Michelle Wang

Tapestry College Ministry exists to provide a direct outlet for students searching for Christian communities.  Partnering with Tapestry LA Church, a local church in the Los Angeles area, Tapestry College Ministry aims to reach students on the USC campus and guide them into a smoother transition into the church environment.  Tapestry College Ministry desires to provide a safe, Christ-centered community within the borders of this campus.


TMBeloved

Director: T.B.D.
Contact: tmbiblestudy@gmail.com

TMBeloved is a Christian bible study group within the Trojan Marching Band that aims to know Christ and make Him known, particularly in the band. Members aim to know Christ by worshipping Him and studying and applying His Word together, and to make Him known primarily through both living out and sharing His truths with others. As a whole, TMBeloved strives to follow and glorify God, and contribute to the work of His kingdom on earth by His compelling love and grace.


United House of Prayer

Contact: uhopsc@gmail.com

UHOP is a Christian organization whose goal is to mobilize 24/7 prayer on the USC campus. Each semester, we host extended 24-hour prayer vigils, where students are invited to encounter God through worship music, scripture meditation, prayer, dance and art. Our students also host regular prayer walks around the campus and perform random acts of kindness and offer prayer to other individuals, students, faculty and staff. UHOP wants to see a movement of love for God and love for people spread on the campus.


Worldwide Friends at USC

A Friendship Group for USC Internationals Hosted by Christians. Welcoming All Cultures and Faiths.

DirectorDicksie Mathison and Jim Wilbar
Contact:
worldwidefriends@sbcglobal.net

Worldwide Friends builds intercultural friendships through Snack Chat! every Tuesday afternoon and weekend events including hikes, surfing trips, picnics, sports activities, snow play and parties.  Every September students have the opportunity to develop a relationship with an American family or friend. You are also invited you to learn more about God through the Bible if you wish.


Young Life USC

Affiliated with Young Life International

DirectorBen Chambers
Contact:  Jennifer Beatty

Young Life College at USC meets students where they are, without judgment, by accepting them exactly where they are. No matter what their religious background or faith journey, we invite students to be a part of our large “club” meetings where students can have fun, be themselves and hear about God’s love for them. Building community in order to develop Christian leaders is what YLC@USC is all about.


Zion Fellowship

DirectorNewman Chiu
Contact:  Chenghao Wei

Zion Fellowship is a big Christian, Mandarin speaking loving family for students who are Chinese speaking. ZF was established in Fall of 2011, and sponsored by Glory Lutheran Church. We have gatherings every Thursday evening. Usually a light dinner is provided before the meeting. We have a variety of programs including games, movies, worship, Bible study, etc. Joining ZF can be a turning point in your life. We look forward to seeing you.