One way that the Office of Ecumenical and Interfaith Programs develops the understanding of "enriched" Christian discipleship (substantive, holistic and sustained living of the Gospel) is through the Chapel Steward Program.
The University Co-Chaplains mentor the students in their leadership over the areas of Worship, Devotion, Praise, Compassion, and Justice ministries on our campus. These students work closely with our office, modeling Christian involvement and community through the organization of programming in their specific areas, as well as sharing in the greater ministry of the EIP by helping and supporting one another.
While the Chaplains supervise the Chapel Stewards on the content and dynamics of their programming, the EIP Office Manager oversees their material needs to help promote and implement the events on which they are working.
A student makes application to be a Steward, or receives the invitation from the Chaplains. The Steward position commitment is for a semester, but can be renewed.