Middle East University is keen to help its students develop their God-based faith and expand their religious knowledge. People frequently notice that MEU is determined to provide programs, resources, prayers, and human power in order to make a difference in its learners’ life. Opportunities, whether integrated into the academics or incorporated within the socials, have a purposeful and direct relation to the enhancement of not only the students’ intellectual and practical capabilities, but also their moral and spiritual propensities. The journey inside MEU is undoubtedly influenced by truthful and meaningful spiritual experiences.
As part of the campus life, the university chaplain plays the role of a Bible instructor, personal counselor, and spiritual mentor. His mission is to keep the MEU community in touch with God and His Word. Furthermore, the campus ministry endeavors to share the Word of God among students, faculty, and staff; to meet their spiritual needs; and to nurture their spiritual life. Venues for such endeavors include assembly meetings, weeks of spiritual emphasis, and other religious events.
The MEU community resolves to extend its influence to the neighboring society. The common belief is that through selfless service to those who are less fortunate, Jesus Christ will be genuinely revealed and encountered. Those who are involved in outreach activities have declared that they have experienced a positive transformation and revival. The opportunities to serve in humanitarian work, environmental efforts, and other spiritual engagements are a constant challenge to MEU and its students.
The University Church on the campus of MEU has an open invitation to all students and community members who wish to be a part of the weekend worship services. The Praise Worship meets on Friday evening at 7:00 pm. The meetings on Saturday (Sabbath) morning are: The Church at Study at 9:20 am and The Church at Worship at 11:00 am. The Saturday evening Vespers meets at sunset.
Weekday worship options are available from Monday through Friday at 7:50 am as morning devotionals for university personnel, teaching faculty, and students. The mid-week Prayer Meeting is held every Wednesday at 7:00 pm. The Week of Spiritual Emphasis, conducted once each semester, features a guest speaker who presents the Word of God during morning and evening weekday meetings.