Journeying with college students as they follow Christ.

The Mission of UKirk is to connect and empower those who lead, support, and advocate for collegiate and higher education ministries. Specifically, the vision is to:

Encourage and enable relationships between PCUSA and Cumberland Presbyterian campus, congregational, and chaplain ministries.

Promote the sharing of resources, models, and best practices.

Coordinate and facilitate events for collegiality and continuing education.

Advocate and interpret the mission of collegiate and higher education ministry to the church, encouraging prayer, participation and support.

Connect with other PCUSA or church-related ministries.

Welcome to the UKirk Network Registration. Although all PCUSA and PCUSA associated ministries are automatically considered part the UKirk Network, each ministry must register (or re-register) to be recognized by the Office of Collegiate Ministry and the UKirk Network, regardless of your branding status.


UKirk Daily is an app that offers two Biblical passages and a prayer. It was created to encourage collegiate students and young adults to develop a regular practice of connecting with God through listening (reading) and speaking (prayer). In both it’s design and interface, it really couldn’t be more simple.

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We the Board of UKirk Collegiate Ministries Association affirm that:

God Created Us All
God Loves Us All
Racism is a Sin
There is no Peace without Justice
Black Lives Matter

We invite you and the whole UKirk National Network – as individuals and organizations – to also endorse these values and engage in the work and practice of eliminating racism. To read the full statement and to join us click on link in our bio.

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@preshouse GatherTown at the University of Wisconsin-Madison is a new virtual space for students to meet each other and participate in the community at Pres House. People move their avatars around the different rooms to engage with others as they get closer to them. Students can go to small groups, bible studies, worship, play games, or just hang out with others.

Submit your UKirk story by emailing [email protected] or by going to link in our bio.

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UKirk at Southern Methodist University is using their Pivot Grant to start a new webinar series on the intersection of faith and justice, and college students from anywhere are invited to join. To learn more and stay up to date about the rest of their series, head over to @ukirksmu

Submit your UKirk story by emailing [email protected] or clicking link in our bio.

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Today is the last day to register for Racism 101 & Organizing Training event next Tuesday, September 29th from 7-9PM Eastern. Here is a bit more info about the training and who can come.

This 2-hour training led by trainers from The Open Table KC will focus both on WHAT systemic racism is, but also HOW your group can organize to work for racial justice in your campus context. Each participant will come away with a set of tools they can use to organize and implement anti-racism programs in and for your campus community. (

It would be ideal if 2-4 people from each campus could attend (that could even be 2-4 students or yourself and a colleague), yet it is also totally fine to have just 1 or more than 4 attend as well. It is open to all students who are interested in learning how to address systemic racism, not just your “official" student leadership.

The deadline for registration is TODAY, September 24th (at midnight Pacific Time); link to register in our bio.

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Hey UKirk Network, we want to feature YOU! Send us your stories or thoughts about what UKirk means to you. What is your community doing to stay connected during this time of COVID-19? Or just want to let people know you exist? Each week we want to feature a UKirk Network Ministry on our social media! You can submit your story by emailing us at [email protected] or follow the link in our bio. ...

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Campus ministers, chaplains, and up to 3 of their students are invited to attend a virtual Racism 101 & Organizing training facilitated by The Open Table KC. The training will take place Tuesday, September 29 at 7pm EDT.

The deadline to register isn't until September 24, but we're limited to 100 attendees. So, sign up soon if you know you want to be there! This training is made possible through a partnership with the Presbyterian Mission Agency.  

Go to link below to register

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✨Want to be part of our 2020 Advent devotional?✨ Don’t forget to fill out the interest form by one week from today. Individual campus ministers and students are welcome, or your campus ministry can sign up to submit a group collaboration! Learn more at the link in our bio. ...

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In partnership with the Presbyterian Mission Agency’s Office of Christian Formation, we’re excited to be offering another year of Words for Waiting: Daily Devotions for Advent & Christmas. But we need your help to make it happen! Read more at the link in our bio, and if you’re interested in contributing, fill out the form by September 17. ...

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Did you know UKirk is offering 8 cohort opportunities for campus ministers and chaplains this Fall? Choices are: Living Well, Dismantling Systemic Racism, Pastoral Care with Students, Hybrid Ministry, Fundraising (Open to local board members, too!), Help! I'm New to College Ministry!, Spiritual Self-Care and Collegial Support, and Board Development. To sign up go to our bio for the link. Deadline is THIS Friday! ...

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A few pivot grants are still available! Learn more and how to apply by clicking the link in our bio. ...

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The UKirk National board has been asked for guidelines for the Fall. You can find the link to them in our bio. Stay safe! ...

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Join other campus ministers and chaplains this Wednesday for our commissioning service! 3pm EDT ...

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