Canterbury – The Episcopal Campus Ministry of Clemson
Are you a Clemson, Tri County Tech, or SWU student looking for a fun group of students your age with an Episcopal twist? If the answer is yes than Canterbury of Clemson is the place for you! Canterbury of Clemson is the young adult college ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Upper South Carolina. All students from area colleges and of all backgrounds and denominations are welcome!.
What you need to know:
What: Fellowship and fun with other college students, including a home cooked meal, a Eucharist on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of the month, and a program on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays
When: Every Wednesday evening. Dinner at 6:00pm, Eucharist or Program at 7:00pm
Where: Dinner in the Parish Hall of Holy Trinity, Program in the Canterbury Cottage right behind the church
Who: All college students from area schools (Clemson, Tri County Tech, and SWU) and other young adults.
Although Canterbury of Clemson is a fully recognized club at Clemson University, it is funded by Holy Trinity and is very active within the parish at all levels.
- Canterbury has a breakfast team that cooks the Sunday parish breakfast every couple of months
- Canterbury members are lectors and intercessors for Holy Eucharist
- At least twice a year, Canterbury designs and leads a Sunday Holy Eucharist, called “Canterbury Sunday”
- Canterbury travels with the parish to the Kanuga Conference Center in Hendersonville, NC every spring as part of the parish’s retreat weekend.
- Canterbury members serve on various parish ministry groups.
Canterbury is also designated one or two football games a year to do parking at the church as a means to fund raise
Canterbury participates in a number of activities on and off campus:
- Habitat for Humanity’s Blitz Build during Homecoming
- The annual community-wide CROP Walk for Hunger
- Host tailgates during football season at Holy Trinity
- A fall retreat to the mountains of TN or NC
Holy Trinity encourages Canterbury members to be as active in the parish as possible with hopes that the parish becomes a safe “home-away-from-home church” for the students during their time at Clemson, Tri County Tech, or SWU.