Spiritual Life

Spiritual Life - Worship, Discipleship, Serving


Spiritual Life at SNU is seeking to create Christ-centered community on campus by initiating and nurturing authentic relationships with Jesus and others, discipling students towards holiness and maturity, gathering students for corporate worship, and involving students in compassionate service to others. Students will be constantly challenged to engage in a local church community as they weave together their educational experiences, their Christian faith, and their future vocational endeavors. 

For more information, clarification, or to simply schedule a time to talk, contact our University Pastor:

Dr. Blair Spindle
Office of University Pastors (Behind the bookstore in Commons) 
bspindle@snu.edu, (405) 717-6216
 

The University Pastors

Our staff of pastors offers pastoral care and Christian leadership to the Southern Nazarene University. Our Christian faith is woven into the fabric of our institution.
 

Discipleship

We want to equip our students for authentic Christian growth. This happens through mentoring opportunities; staff and student led small groups, and other programs like the Faith & Film Forum.

Worship

From twice weekly mandatory chapel to student-led worship service to weekly prayer times, worship is one of the most visible expressions of spiritual life on our campus.
 

Serving Others

We believe that authentic Christian living is missional. We are called to bring Christ’s hope, healing, compassion, and justice to the world. We engage students in missions and service through local service projects and SNU in Missions.

Chapel @ SNU

Chapel is a twice-weekly mandatory gathering for the entire campus community. We gather to worship, to find renewal and rest, to be challenged with the Word of God, and to hear from gifted and devoted speakers.