Spiritual vitality is a key aspect of campus life at Truett McConnell University. We believe that Jesus Christ is the center of every aspect of life and seek to foster a Christian world view in everything we do.  Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, we offer many opportunities on both an individualized and corporate level to join others as you seek to grow closer to God through a relationship with Jesus Christ.

World Missions Center

The World Missions Center at Truett McConnell University is a reality birthed from the heartbeat of Truett McConnell’s President, Dr. Emir Caner. Having a heart for world missions long before he became president, his involvement in taking the Gospel to the nations convinced him of the absolute necessity of a World Missions Center at Truett McConnell University. Within his first year as President, Dr. Caner’s vision became a reality. WMC@TMU exists to better prepare students and Georgia Baptist Churches to take the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the nations.

Questions about World Missions Center can be directed to Dr. H. Ed Pruitt at ext. 2400.

Missions and Ministry Teams

TMU offers several different missions and ministry teams in order to serve our local community.  From working with underprivileged kids located in Cleveland to ministering to refugee families from various backgrounds in Clarkston, GA, students are able to shine the light of Christ in many ways.

Questions about the missions and ministry teams can be directed to Student Development at ext. 4103.

Local Churches

The region surrounding Truett McConnell University offers several local churches for students to connect with.  Local churches are eager to welcome TMU students to worship and serve in their congregations, and we encourage students to find local church homes while attending TMU. Therefore, the university maintains a list of like-minded churches for students’ convenience.

Questions about local churches can be directed to Student Development at ext. 4103.

Community Groups

Community groups are TMU’s small group setting for personal discipleship.  Groups are organized in both residence halls and in our campus community at large.  Groups are normally student-led and use prayer, Bible study, accountability and outreach to promote fellowship, build community and foster spiritual growth. All students are encouraged to become active participants in one of our community groups.

Questions about community groups can be directed to Student Development at ext. 4103.