Campus Ministry & Service
We receive assistance from local clergy to provide spiritual guidance and support to students and other members of the campus community. Small group Bible study and several worship services occur throughout the semester on campus. Assistance is available to students of all faiths who seek places of worship in the area. Students, faculty and staff may participate in various community service projects at faith-related organizations. There are many opportunities available for students who want to participate in service-learning as a part of their courses, as volunteers at local nonprofit organizations, and as members of domestic and international Alternative Spring Break Service trips.
Students volunteer for the MLK Day of Service at Habitat for Humanity and Washington Park Elementary School, January 18, 2010.
The annual Martin Luther King Day of Service offers a one day opportunity for all students, faculty, and staff to volunteer in the community and on campus. Classes and team practices are canceled that day so that everyone can participate. After volunteering, participants reflect on their experiences. Lunch is provided. We hope to have an ever-increasing number of members of our campus community to devote their time to the Day of Service.
Students, faculty, and staff enjoy volunteering and taking a scenic trip down a river near Atlanta.
Alternative Fall Break and Spring Break trips provide an opportunity for students to further serve different regions of the country and the world. Past locations have included trips regionally to Atlanta, Georgia as well as internationally to the Dominican Republic.
Twice per semester, we host a Blood Drives for students, faculty, and staff in addition to the Laurinburg community. All are welcome to sign up and schedule their appointments in advance online.
To register online, click on the following link and type 933 as the Sponsor Code. After you register, you’ll be able to sign up for Blood Drives at St. Andrews.
|Beth Israel Jewish Temple||Fayetteville||
A student participates in a Bible study.
|Beth Israel Jewish Temple||Jackson Springs|
|Central United Methodist Church||Laurinburg|
|Church of God||Laurinburg|
|Church of the Pines Presbyterian||Laurinburg|
|Faith Presbyterian Church||Laurinburg|
|First Baptist Church||Laurinburg|
|Franklin Chapel AME Zion Church||Laurinburg|
|Galilee United Methodist Church||Laurinburg|
|Laurel Hill First Baptist Church||Laurinburg|
|Laurinburg Christian Church||Laurinburg|
|Laurinburg Presbyterian Church||Laurinburg|
|Lutheran Church of the Living Word||Laurinburg|
|Masjid Al-Madina Islamic Mosque||Raeford|
|Masjid Omar Ibn Sayyid Islamic Mosque||Fayetteville|
|Old Laurel Hill Presbyterian||Laurinburg|
|Quaker Meeting House||
|Solid Rock Baptist Church||Laurinburg|
|St. David’s Episcopal Church||Laurinburg|
|St. Luke’s United Methodist Church||Laurinburg|
|St. Mary’s Catholic Church||Laurinburg|
|Stewartsville Baptist Church||Laurinburg|
|Trinity Presbyterian Church||Laurinburg|
|Westminster Presbyterian Church||Laurinburg|
|Word of Life Assembly of God||Laurinburg|
The following chart shows where students have volunteered in the past.
|Church Community Services||Laurinburg||(910) 276-8330|
|Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Center||Laurinburg||(910) 276-5505|
|Habitat for Humanity||Laurinburg||(910) 276-3337|
|Helping Hand||Laurinburg||(910) 276-3090|
|Scotland Community Health Center||Laurinburg||910-276-9912|
|Scotland County Red Cross||Laurinburg||910-276-0600|
|Storytelling Arts Center of the Southeast||Laurinburg||(910) 277-3599|
|The Haven Animal Shelter||Raeford||(910) 875-6768|
|Washington Park Elementary School||Laurinburg||(910) 277-4364|
For more information on Campus Ministry & Service, contact the Campus Minister, Neal Carter.