Spiritual Development

Daily Prayer Card for ENC

At the heart of ENC’s vision lies a desire to integrate “the best in education and the best in Christian Faith.” The Office of Spiritual Development is committed to helping members of this community grow together in faith through three specific areas of spiritual development:

Faith Formation

Learn what it means to be in a relationship with Christ or dive deeper into your personal faith journey through various chapel experiences and times of worship.

Community Groups
Gather weekly with peers and friends to spend time in fellowship and grow together in Christ-centered community. If you are interested in joining or leading a group, please contact Emily Ludwig, Assistant Chaplain, at Emily.ludwig@enc.edu.

Service Opportunities

FUSION Short Term Missions
Each Spring Break, ENC sends student mission teams to join with partners all over the world in experiencing and sharing the love of Christ. For more information, please contact Emily Ludwig, Assistant Chaplain, at Emily.ludwig@enc.edu.

Chapel Teams
Use your creative arts gifts and talents to lead your peers in worship during weekly chapel services. For more information, contact Chris Cherry at Christopher.cherry@enc.edu.

Pastoral Care

As exciting as these college years are, they can also prove to be confusing or difficult times for many students. The Office of Spiritual Development is dedicated to walking with and supporting students during their time here at ENC. Our Pastoral Care team is here to ensure that students are cared for in their walk. If you are interested in setting up an appointment with a member of the Pastoral Care team, please contact Emily Ludwig at emily.ludwig@enc.edu.

Leadership Development

In the Office of Spiritual Development, we want to invest in ENC’s student spiritual leaders. Through sponsoring scholarships for students to attend leadership conferences throughout the year and also through providing student chaplain internships and employment, we are training up young adults who desire to use their lives in useful service for the kingdom of God.