Welcome to Crimson Campus Ministry!
We are a non-denominational ministry of the Northport church of Christ at the University of Alabama, Shelton State Community College and Stillman College.
You'll be challenged by deep Bible study and energized by beautiful worship that follows the pattern of the New Testament. Are you ready to follow Jesus?
You'll never be the same after you serve the poor, the sick and the hurting. Are you ready to show the world the love of Jesus?
You'll develop deep meaningful relationships with other Christ followers. We have a lot of fun together. We are there for each other through thick and thin. Are you ready to be a part of the community of Christ?
Most of us dream of a glorious career and an amazing person to share our life with after college is over. To turn our dreams into reality, we must let Jesus transform us into a better version of ourselves. We will give you the scriptural knowledge, inspiration and accountability to make this happen. Are you ready to make a transformation?
"Being a Christian in college is hard. Your parents aren't there to encourage you to attend services. Your faith is now your own, not your parents. It is also very hard with so many temptations right in front of you - drugs, alcohol and sex, just to name a few. My friends in Crimson Campus Ministry, and my supportive family in the Northport church of Christ, help keep me faithful to God."
University of Alabama Class of 2020
2020 Student President of Crimson Campus Ministry
All the Tools You Need to Succeed as a Christian in College!
You truly can come to the University of Alabama, Shelton State or Stillman College and leave a stronger Christian than when you got here! By challenging you to grow in your faith, serve others and stay closely connected with your spiritual family, the Lord will use Crimson Campus Ministry and the Northport church of Christ to make you a very strong Christian! Are you ready to start your college journey as a Christian in Tuscaloosa? Call or text (205) 792-1216! It's never too early, to plan your college spiritual life.