The Episcopal College Fellowship is a campus ministry at Murray State University of the Episcopal and ELCA Lutheran Churches. We are sponsored by the Episcopal Diocese of Kentucky, but you don’t have to be Episcopalian to be a part of the group. We believe that God loves you, no exceptions.
Our campus ministry is a part of the Safe Zone Project. Father Matt is available to listen and support you in a safe and confidential manner. As a Safe Zone participant, he can help you connect with resources on campus to address problems you may face that interfere with your academic and social success on campus as it relates to issues surrounding sexual orientation and gender identity.
Summary of our weekly events
Canterbury House (1625 Farmer Ave. Get Directions) is open from 10am- 10pm Monday–Friday.
9:00 AM – Sunday School at the St. John’s Offices, located at 1627 Farmer, next door to the Canterbury House
10:30 AM – Worship at St. John’s Episcopal Church located at 1620 Main St, just across the lawn from Canterbury House.
11:00 AM to 1:00 PM – Wednesdays @ The T Room, free lunch in the Thoroughbred Room in the Curris Center. Look for Fr. Matt (He’ll probably be the only one in the dining hall in a clerical collar.) or a group of people in tie dye! Come and join us!
5:30 PM – Community Check-in Group
6:30 PM – Dinner and more at Canterbury House (1625 Farmer)
Katherine Summers, President
Garrett Puccetti, Peer Minister and Vice President
Evelyn Widener, Treasurer
Benjamin Ashby, Secretary