2453 Dena Drive  San Angelo, Texas 76904
Office: 325.949.0239  Cell: 325.234.6127

Bringing Community To Campus United Campus Ministries Serving Angelo State University and Howard College Since 1968
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A cooperative Christian ministry which exists to provide an environment where faith and knowledge and their relationship can be explored.  The UCM encourages spiritual and ethical development through programs of worship, study, outreach, and fellowship.  It is open to all students, faculty, staff and administration as a place to gather, study, eat together, or just relax and come closer to God.

UCM strives to be a welcoming presence for all We are normally open during the fall and spring semesters:

Monday thru Friday

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Free lunch every Wed

11:00 am-2:00 pm

The Rev. Gary Sanford, UCM Chaplain, can be reached anytime 24/7 at 234-6127

A.S.U. United Campus Ministries, Inc.

Board of Trustees

President

The Rev. Gary Sanford

Emmanuel Episcopal

Vice-President

The Rev Steve Purdy

United Methodist Church

2nd Vice-President

MS. Brittani Beggs

Student Advisory Board President

Secretary

Mr. Jim Strappel

1st Christian (Disciples of Christ)

    Treasurer

Mr. Jim Whitten
1st Christian (Disciples of Christ)

Board Members

Christian (Disciples of Christ)

The Rev. Vance McIntosh

Episcopal Church

Mr. John Caldwell

Ms. Linda Doss

United Methodist Church

Mr. Eric Haire

Mrs. Rita Whitt

Mrs. Twyla Tasker




Founded in 1968 United Campus Ministries, located across from Angelo State University on Dena Drive, is the only ecumenical,
non-denominational campus ministry representing the students, staff, faculty and administration of  ASU.

Funded by donations from area churches, individuals and grants (when we can find them), UCM is governed by a Board of Trustees with programs and activities planned by a Student Advisory Board and implemented by a Student Program Director.

Our most popular program is Food 4 Thought a weekly free lunch available to all students and staff feeding from 60-70 students (averaging 1% of the student population at ASU) every Wednesday from 11:00 PM - 2:00 PM.  Food is provided by one of our participating denominations and is usually homemade, hot and always delicious.

Other programs include Bible Study, book discussions, theological discussions, movie and game nights just to name a few.  We also enjoy retreats to interesting locations when possible.

St. Francis of Assisi said, “Preach the Gospel where ever you go and use words only if necessary”. At UCM we believe in expressing God’s love through our actions (you will only hear a sermon at worship services).  We are a hate free zone and our arms and hearts are open to everyone regardless of race, color, nationality, sexual orientation, or even faith background.

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