Peer ministers work with Campus Ministry in faith development and retreats, religious diversity and interfaith life, service and justice opportunities and to help promote our Holy Cross and Catholic character.
What do peer ministers do?
Peer ministers are living examples of Christ in the world. They demonstrate a spirit of service among their fellow students and the larger school community by their willingness to be involved and by giving of their time and their hearts in gestures of service and leadership.
What can peer ministers expect?
Students will receive training in pastoral skills, leadership, engagement and facilitation skills, social justice and Holy Cross heritage. The program is also designed to give students peer support and evaluation, supervision, clear job descriptions and a campus minister mentor for your particular ministry.
What qualifies a peer minister?
Dependability, leadership and ability to positively influence other students. Students of any and all faith communities are welcome to apply. After undergoing training, peer ministers take on the responsibilities as directed by their campus minister mentor.
What areas do peer ministers work in?
What is the time commitment?
Peer ministers attend a two-day training retreat in August, devote approximately 12 hours per month, have weekly check-ins with their campus minister mentor and attend a monthly 2-hour training session.
What areas do peer ministers gain experience in?
Are peer ministers paid?
A small stipend is provided for your service.
For information on becoming a peer minister, contact Bro. Larry Atkinson.