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Ministry Innovation in Welcoming Season 2021

With the 2021 university year looming, and Covid impacts lingering, the traditional points of connection like Orientation Week and Launch Day were no longer feasible ways to connect and enfold first... more

President’s Welcome 2021

2020 was a year full of challenges for all of us, including the EU. Three weeks into first semester, the EU had to move all of its activities online, across a single weekend! By God’s grace, the EU... more

Gospel Opportunities with Bach

The EU committed twelve months ago for 2020 to be “The Year of Evangelism” as part of celebrating the centrality of our purpose on campus and also to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the EU at... more

Innovating for the sake of the gospel

Imagine you’re a university student and have spent most of your day watching online lectures. Chances are, you aren’t going to want to turn on your screen to watch a bible talk during your possible... more
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EU Winter School

Despite the challenges of COVID-19, there have also been new ministry opportunities. Late in Semester 1 it was announced that commencement of Semester 2 would be delayed three weeks. This has created an... more

Evangelism – A Student’s Experience

It was decided by the EU executive that 2020 would be the EU Year of Evangelism. This included students organising gospel opportunities every single week of semester. This was the plan before Covid-19.... more
President's Welcome - Launch Day

President’s Welcome 2020

Dearest brothers and sisters, Thank you for your ongoing partnership with campus ministry over so many years. Under God, your prayer, time, and financial giving continues to be ministry-enabling and... more

The Gospel is Not Chained

Crackdown– one word sums up the sweeping religious policy reform and the ensuing enforcement across China since February of 2018. For Christians, this meant systemic persecution – churches are being... more