Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship
Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship can help you develop your spiritual life and abilities with God. Learn more about how to get involved today.
Purpose and Goals
- Develop the spiritual life and abilities of the students in relation to God, to each other, and to the world at large within a Pentecostal Christian context, and in a manner consistent with the teachings of the Assemblies of God USA.
- Introduce fellow collegians to an authentic relationship with Jesus Christ through:
- Prayer - Communication with God
- Worship - Expressions of thanks through word, music, and service
- Fellowship - Community of students developing quality relationships
- Discipleship - Learning about Jesus and following His example
- Mission - Living a life that reflects our relationship with God in what we say and do
Membership Requirements and Obligations
Section I: General Membership
- All meetings and activities of Chi Alpha are open to all regularly enrolled students, faculty, and staff. Anyone who desires to participate in the meetings and activities may become a general member.
- This organization shall not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, disability, veterans' status, or political affiliation.
- Membership and participation shall be free from discrimination and harassment per the policies of the Purdue Fort Wayne Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Conduct as stated in Part 1 Section A, Items 3. and 4.
Section II: Voting Membership
- All regularly enrolled students are eligible for voting membership who are invited by a current voting member in good standing and affirmed by the current officers. Membership affirmations must be made at least once each year but can also be done as needed.
Those invited to voting membership shall:
- Express interest in becoming a member once invited
- Attend at least 75 percent nonmembership meetings during the most recent semester
- Have been a member of a Chi Alpha small group for one semester
- Embrace the purpose of the chapter as stated in Article II of the Constitution
- Voting and nonvoting members shall be eligible for removal by vote of the officers after missing four successive meetings. Instead of removing these members, the officers may also vote to place them on the inactive roster. Those on the inactive roster shall be suspended temporarily from voting, and may seek approval from the officers for reinstatement after attending a nonmembership meeting (provided they still fulfill all other membership requirements).