One of the most important ways in which Campus Ministry carries out its mission is by organizing the Crossroads programs. Crossroads is the weekly chapel service at Mars Hill, held Tuesday mornings at 11:00 in Broyhill Chapel (unless otherwise noted). Although worship is a vital part of Crossroads, the program is designed to examine that place where faith meets reason. Sometimes the service is designed to encourage thought, and sometimes it is designed to encourage the experience of worship. But always, it is about examining the impact of a living faith on the individual and on the world.

 Crossroads Spring 2014

Jan. 14 Opening Convocation, Moore Auditorium
Jan. 21 John Wells, Executive VP, Finding the Sacred in a Secular Age.
Jan. 28 Merianna Harrelson, Interim Pastor at Emmanuel Baptist Fellowship
Feb. 4 Black History Emphasis, Rev. Curtis Gatewood, founder of SOLO (Saving Our Little Ones) and 2nd Vice President for the NC NAACP
Feb. 11 Communion, Prayer and Meditation
Feb. 18 Emily Ball, Director of Community Engagement with Homeward Bound
Feb. 25 Interfaith Youth Core Student Service
Mar. 4 Communion, Prayer and Meditation
Mar. 7-16 Spring Break (Haiti, Miami & Charleston Mission Trips)
Mar. 18 Women's History Month Celebration
Mar. 25 Spring Break Team Reports from Haiti, Miami, and Charleston
Apr.   1 Communion, Prayer and Meditation
Apr.   8 Community Service Convocation
Apr. 15 Stephanie McLeskey, University Chaplain, Holy Week
Apr. 22 Earth Day Celebration
Apr. 29 Senior Convocation