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Service, Missions and Club Programs

Office of Christian Outreach Opportunities

The Office of Christian Outreach (OCO), as part of the Student Development division, exists to influence, develop, and mobilize student learners to become witnesses that help to transform cities and nations for Christ and His Kingdom.  OCO student-led ministries involve experiential learning, worship, and service opportunities that actively involve Kingdom words (evangelism, prayer, testimony) and Kingdom works (mercy, justice, hospitality, compassion). These ministries promote the OCO’s dedication to learning through service, expanding on the learning that is taking place in the classroom in unique ways.

The Office of Christian Outreach is located on the ground floor of the Todd M. Beamer Student Center.

BreakAway Ministry
Creates opportunities for personal and communal transformation by having Wheaton staff, faculty, and students serve together during Spring Break. BreakAway offers trips to both international and domestic sites in urban and rural contexts. Learn more about Breakaway

Global Urban Perspectives
Dedicated to transforming students by raising their awareness of urban issues and mobilizing them to live out the incarnational Gospel in cities around the world through summer immersion programs.  Learn more about Global Urban Perspectives

Student Ministry Partners
Mobilizes and equips students to partner with the global church and to make known the Kingdom of God among the nations through summer immersion programs. Learn more about Student Ministry Partners

Youth Hostel Ministry
Mobilizes and equips students each summer to minister to the traveling communities of Europe through living in community, offering friendship, evangelism and service. Learn more about Youth Hostel Ministry

Please visit the  Office of Christian Outreach for further information on service learning opportunities. 

Student Activities Clubs & Other Programs

The Honduras Project
The Honduras Project officially began at Wheaton College in 1982. Each year since, a group of students has gone to a different rural village in the mountains of Honduras to help install a gravity-fed water system and to share the love of Christ incarnationally.  Learn more about the Honduras Project