A Home Away From Home on the Campus of Texas State University...
As a ministry of the University church of Christ, we encourage students to get involved at the McCarty Student Center for two purposes-
to continue building spiritual foundations and to form lasting bonds with other students.
Located on the campus of Texas State, across from the Admissions building, this structure, known as the McCarty Student center serves as the home base of the college ministry of the University church of Christ:
Building Spiritual Foundations
As young people leave their homes for the first time to come to college, they are faced with worldly bombardments. Colleges and Universities are ripe with atheism, humanism, evolution, postmodernism, moral decay, and false religious teaching. The McCarty Student Center seeks to help college students and other interested young people gain their own spiritual footing. Weekly Bible classes, devotionals, personal studies, semesterly retreats, an on-site campus minister, and Christian friends serve to strengthen the faith of young Christians. Also, the service opportunities afforded individuals at McCarty through mission trips, service projects, and student led events, allow young Christians to put their faith into action.
At McCarty Student Center:
Bible Study: Monday 7:30pm
Devotional: Thursday 7:30pm
At University Church of Christ:
Bible Class: Sunday 9:30am
Worship: Sunday 10:30am and 6pm
Focus (Singing): Wednesday 7pm
Bible Class / Devotional: Wednesday 7:30pm
Forming Lasting Bonds
Friendships made during college years and early adulthood often extend well into and throughout our lives. The McCarty Student Center enables and encourages spiritually minded individuals to meet, become acquainted, and develop real, meaningful friendships. Over the years many of those friendships have grown into husband-wife relationships. These were and are the beginnings of new Christian families. The Christian home is the foundation of good churches and good communities. It is the aim of McCarty to foster personal bonds that last throughout this life. Hopefully, the friendships that are forged in these formative years will encourage and strengthen Christians now and last into eternity.
Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit
Meet our campus minister:
Trent serves as the Executive Director of the McCarty Student Center on the campus of Texas State University where he works as Campus Minister. Trent began full-time work with University congregation and college students in July of 2007 immediately after graduating from the Southwest School of Bible Studies. He is married to the former Lisa Veazey, and they have two daughters, Ella and Annie, and two sons, Troy and Luke. Trent holds a master’s degree in public administration from Texas State and a bachelor's degree from Angelo State University with a double major in Communications and Psychology. While in college, Trent began to preach on a fill-in and as-needed basis in and around San Angelo. He has worked locally with the Upton, TX Church of Christ; worked with college-aged students in San Angelo, TX; conducted mission work in the US; and participated in foreign mission efforts in Mexico, Cambodia, and Jamaica. Each year Trent has coordinated and led evangelistic campaigns in Jamaica. Trent spends his days with the Texas State University students at the McCarty Student Center teaching Bible Classes and overseeing devotionals and social activities.