Higher Education and Campus Ministry are key, related concerns of the Eastern PA Conference and its entire denomination. Higher education has been part of the bedrock of United Methodism from its inception. We affiliate with campus ministries at four institutions in our region, and we are exploring relationships with others as well. Indeed, Campus Ministry is as much about relationships as religion. College students and churches benefit mutually from facilitated encounters as they learn, share and grow in Christ and in community. Campus Ministry can change lives, change churches and ultimately, change the world.

Campus Ministries affiliated with the Eastern PA Conference

Albright College

Rev. Paul Clark
Multi-Faith Center Council
Chaplain’s Office,
1621 N. 13th Str.
Reading, PA 19604
Albright College Multifaith Center

Drexel University

Rev. David Piltz
Campus Minister

Spiritual & Religious Life
James E. Marks Intercultural Center (JEMIC)
3225 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA
Basement Level, Entrance on Arch Street
Open Door Christian Community, JEMIC Rm. 12 B
Drexel U. Open Door Christian Community

Lebanon Valley College

Todd Snovel
Assistant Dean for Engagement and Inclusion 
Adjunct Instructor in Sociology

Rev. Daniel Lebo
101 N. College Avenue
Annville, PA 17003-1400
LVC Office of Spiritual Life

Millersville University

Mr. Ed Weber
Millersville United Campus Ministry
163 W. Frederick Street
Millersville, PA 17551
Millersville University Spiritual Life

Find a UM collegiate ministry near you

UM collegiate ministries are the missional presence of The United Methodist Church on college and university campuses around the world. Through a network of chaplaincies, Wesley Foundations, ecumenical ministries and church-based ministries, The United Methodist Church reaches more than 1,300 campuses around the world. Read more at gbhem.org