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Chi Alpha @ UMSL Events
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End-of-Semester Party!

Investigative Bible Discussion


5:30 pm
Every Tue

Call/text 314-485-9125 for location

Chi Alpha Overflow

Thu 7:00 pm (Every Thu)

South Campus Classroom Building/Room 222

Oak Hall Women's Connect Group 4:30 PM
Every Tuesday
Oak Hall Second Floor Lounge

Africa Culture Night

March 7 Fri 6 pm

3900 Union Road

St. Louis, MO 63125

Sports Fusion Night

March 20 Thu 7 pm

Meet at U. Meadows

Outdoor Volleyball

Apr 5 Sat 3 pm

U. Meadows

Easter Celebration/Egg Hunt

Apr 12 Sat 3 pm

Meet at U. Meadows

Carbondale Trip
Visiting Giant City State Park and listening to a great speaker see more details at www.umslxa.com/weekendaway
April 19-20
(Sat and Sun)
Meeting at 1:00 pm at University Meadows
End-of-Semester Party
Come say farewell to friends who are leaving, honor graduates, and celebrate the end of the semester!
May 16th
Fri 6:30 pm
Meet at 5:45 pm at University Meadow, Provincial Hall, Mansion Hills
All Nations Conference May 23 Fri through
May 25 Sun
Only a 4-hour drive from St Louis!

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CHI ALPHA Overflow


Thursdays 7 pm

South Campus Classroom Bld Room 222

Oak Hall Women's Connect Group Tuesdays 4:30 PM Oak Hall Second Floor Lounge

Investigative Bible Discussion

Tuesdays 5:30 pm

Text 314-485-9125 for apt # at U Meadows
FREE dinner !

Bring your lunch and Bible Discussion

Tuesdays 12:30 pm

The Nosh ; table close to the escalator

Purely Bible
Verse-by-verse Bible discussion of Romans

3:30-4:30 pm

MSC 315


7:30 am

South Campus Class Room Building,
Room 101                    

OverflowTime: Thursdays at 7:00 pm.  Location: South Campus Classroom Building Room 222
This is a time where we talk about current issues, things were dealing with in our lives, and how to apply the Bible in our lives.  Our goal is to build a community of students that encourage each other in growing in faith.  People from all different back grounds are welcome to join us!  For more information: umslxa.com/overflow