At Johnson University Tennessee, students cultivate a lifestyle of faith, prayer, and service by engaging in a vibrant spiritual community both on and off campus. Ministry, missions, on-campus chapel services, small groups, prayer, fellowship, and service learning hours all contribute to the development of leaders whose mission is to extend the kingdom of God.
Chapel Services & Small Groups
Chapel services are held twice a week for a campus-wide time of prayer, worship, and growth. Speakers range from visiting missionaries who are serving worldwide to Johnson alumni who are impacting their communities through life-changing ministries. Much of the worship is student-led, and current students, faculty, and staff are given the opportunity to preach to the JUTN community.
Learn more about the chapel theme for the year.
Students are also integrated into a small group of their choice that meets once a week. This time of fellowship, guided by a faculty or staff member, gives students a chance to strengthen and encourage one another.
As a Christ-centered institution, Johnson University Tennessee expects students to glorify God by following a standard of conduct that promotes honesty, accountability, and a respect for biblical morality. Read more about the expectations and responsibilities for students.
Students are expected to be active in a local church of their choosing. Please go to the Area Churches page for a listing of local church communities.