Message From Campus Minister
“Love is denying oneself for the good of another.”
In a world where we’re constantly drawn to fleeting pursuits, it is always worthwhile to remember what we are called to do in this life. And this is to love one another as Christ loved us.
And in that simple definition of love, we are reminded that Christ taught us to care for one another through sacrifice. So here at Bishop England High School, we are constantly striving to be the messengers of God’s word through our works of mercy.
Campus Ministry is no one specific group or club, but rather the embodiment of the Christian identity that rings throughout these halls. It exists in the compassion shared by the members of our many clubs and athletic programs when we come together during a service project. It exists in the compassion of the students who pray together for the intentions of those who most need it in our world. And it exists in the compassion of our faculty members and staff who strive to be the absolute best examples of God’s courage and wisdom to our young. In my time here once as a student and now as the Director of Campus Ministry, it is beyond apparent that the student body at Bishop England is hungry to serve. They want to share in Christ’s mercy through sacrifice, and they want to deny themselves for the good of another. Campus Ministry acts as a structure to support our students in formation and outreach.
As Campus Minister at Bishop England, it is my duty to meet the spiritual needs of each and every student as we walk them through their teenage formation. I am here to support parents and welcome your thoughts as we build their faith life away from home. I leave you with this scripture as it’s brought solace and strength to me during the ups and downs of life.
“For God has not given us a spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.” 2 Timothy 1:7
Mr. Edson Moya
Director of Campus Ministry
843-849-9599, ext. 120