Get Involved

Campus Ministry invites you to join us in serving our community and striving for social justice.  We all have different gifts to offer. 

Bible Study

Are you interested in praying with the scriptures once a week for an hour?  Come explore and reflect upon the Gospel, using the ancient prayer form of Lectio Divina - spending time with the Word of God.  We gather in STM Room 158 (just off the STM Student Lounge):

  • Tuesdays @ 2:30 pm
  • Thursdays @ 9:00 am

For more information, contact: Michael MacLean.

Volunteer at Mass

The Sunday Eucharist is central to the life of the worshipping community at St. Thomas More College.  We have many opportunities for individuals who feel called to use their gifts in ministry during our liturgies:

  • Lectors (Readers) are called forth from the community to proclaim the word of God.  As a lector, your ministry calls you to help the community recognize God present in the Liturgy of the Word at Sunday Mass and/or daily liturgies each week.  A good speaking voice, an ability to read in public, and a willingness are necessary for this ministry.  Formation and training in the fall and on an individual basis.
  • Music Ministers (Choir Members) help to lead the community in song with their voices and/or instruments. Contact Campus Ministry for more information.

Newman Centre

Campus Ministry works directly with the Newman Centre, the Catholic club on campus that has been at the University of Saskatchewan since 1926, predating St. Thomas More College by ten years!  Newman invites members from all colleges, and all backgrounds (no, you don’t have to be Catholic to join), to offer community building activities like the Annual Newman Retreat in January, Coffee Houses, TED talks, Movies in the Murray room, and events after 7:30 pm Sunday mass!

For more information, contact Michael MacLean, the Campus Ministry liaison with the Newman Centre.

Newman Centre Facebook Page

Development & Peace Just Youth

Do you believe that when the enormous wealth of the world is held by a precious few, and 2 billion people in the world lack access to fresh water and sanitation, that there is something radically wrong?  Want to do something about it?  Join the Development and Peace Just Youth Group on campus. 

Meetings are Fridays at 12:30pm in STM room 2001.

For more information, contact or Campus Minister Gertrude Rompre.

JustYouth Facebook Page