In June 2015 over 50 campus ministers from nearly 40 campuses met for our first national Synergy Summit. In many ways, this was the tangible expression of a movement in which we heard and received the challenge to reach every campus in our nation for Christ by whatever appropriate means as the Spirit enables us.

Over the past decade, efforts were made to network these ministries and develop an emerging consensus of who and what we are and how we do what God is calling us collectively to do. This began in the formation of Campus Guiding Groups where some of the key players in campus ministry met to share their insight and experience in developing something on a national scale. It is this cooperation and partnership that gives SERVE Campus Network its multi-dimensional approach to campus ministry.

This only begins to tell the story of the exciting things that are happening across the country and the people who are leading this work - most of whom we are not able to mention here. What it does do is indicate that we are diverse, growing and national in our scope. We don't have any unrealistic plans to take over the world but we do have a desire to obey the Great Commission in reaching and making followers of Christ on the campuses of our nation. And we have a variety of innovative models with which to do it.

SERVE is a network of C5 campus ministries in relationship with The Pentecostal Assemblies of Canada (PAOC)