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If you’re looking for a campus ministry at K-State where you can come together with other young adults to deepen your spirituality, think about important issues, develop healthy relationships and make a difference in the world by serving others, you’ve come to the right place!  ECM is a place and a people where engaging in these things—spirituality, study, sociality and service—are part of everything we do.

More information about ECM is available on our about us page.


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ECM is excited to announce the calling of Rev. Christian Watkins as Campus Pastor. See more information about our staff transitions here.

Current Opportunities:
        --Fall 2017 Programs
        --Live at ECM

ECM is excited to annouce a public talk entitled "Your One Wild and Wondrous Life" with Dr. Molly Marshall, President of Central Seminary in Kansas City. The event is at 7pm on Monday, October 9th at the Flint Hills Room of the K-State Student Union (Second Floor). For more information about Dr. Marshall and the event, see the Facebook event page.

Up to the minute information about upcoming ECM events can be found on the calendar below, and by liking ECM at K-State on Facebook.


Check out videos of ECM events below!


Save the Date! Molly Marshall, Theologian in Residence October 8-10, 2017

For three days next October, we will be blessed to have Dr. Molly T. Marshall in our midst for ECM’s annual theologian-in-residence event! Dr. Marshall is President and Professor of Theology and Spiritual Formation at Central Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, one of the fastest growing seminaries in the country. Her passion is spiritual formation, with an emphasis on helping equip young men and women for ministry, with an ecumenical spirit and global awareness. Dr. Marshall will be in Manhattan as a guest of ECM on Oct. 8-10, 2017, speaking in several different venues—local churches, K-State classes, at ECM gatherings, groups of local faculty, clergy and campus ministers, and in a public lecture.