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Monday Night ALIVE

Monday Night Alive, a student-centered service, helps to encourage student interest in connecting, or reconnecting, with the Church.

Through a time of community gathering, worshipping and praying together, we are able to grow not only as individual's, but a community that cares for each other. Each student led gathering is a time for reflection, inspiration and regeneration.


“I looked forward to every gathering with so much excitement when I was a KWU student. It made me realize that we have a lot of devoted Christians on campus who, when given the chance, will grow spiritually and also step up to help others to the same,” said Rudo Dozva, '15, originally from Zimbabwe, who is now pursuing her Master of Social Work degree at Texas State University and serving as director of Youth Ministries at First United Methodist Church of Elgin, TX.

Each week, the evening service — led by students — offers singing, some dancing, and speakers from Scott Jagodzinske or the community, including faculty or staff members.

Monday Night Alive is still going strong and meets every Monday at 8:15 p.m. in Hauptli Student Center, on the main floor gathering area of the Student Activities Center. It is open to all students and is usually a short service of an hour or less. For more information, contact Scott Jagodzinske, campus minister, by email, or by calling 785-833-4325.