St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Rome, Georgia

Canterbury Club of Northwest Georgia

The Canterbury Club is an Episcopal/Anglican/ELCA Student Fellowship Open to all College Students

Canterbury Club of Northwest Georgia, a campus ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta, welcomes all Episcopal, ELCA Lutheran, and Anglican students and their friends as well as students from all faith backgrounds at Berry College, Shorter University, and Georgia Highlands College. We seek to engage, equip, and inspire Christian and spiritual maturity in students, faculty, and staff of Berry College with the Good News of Jesus Christ. We share a weekly meal together on the Berry College campus; talk about issues facing Berry, our country, and the world; engage in a brief spiritual reflection; and end evening meetings with prayer. Once a month, we go out to lunch after church as a group.  Each semester we participate in service projects and worship opportunities.  Canterbury Club student officers plan our calendar of activities, striving to combine opportunities for fellowship, worship and service throughout the academic year.  We hope members will make friends in a safe, welcoming environment.  We are a community of faith in action, always growing, always open to new ideas.

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Meet Spencer Musick, Lay Campus Missioner for Canterbury Club:

Spencer Musick is the Interim Campus Missioner for NW Georgia. A native of Rome, he joined St. Peters in 2003 and has been a faithful member ever since, even as his travels for school and work have taken him halfway around the world on multiple occasions. He is currently working remotely as a managing editor for the sports news department at Xinhua News Agency, a position which gives him the flexibility to be available to serve the college and university students of Rome and the surrounding areas. In his spare time, Spencer is an avid middle and long-distance runner. He can be often spotted running around town when weather permits, and sometimes even when it doesn’t!

He would like to dedicate his work in this role to the glory of God and in thanksgiving for the life and ministry of the Rev. Melissa Kean.