Welcome to the Mission and Ministry Center at Saint Mary’s College!
Looking to become a more active Lasallian at Saint Mary's College? The Mission and Ministry Center is here to help!
The Mission and Ministry Center cultivates our Catholic, Lasallian Culture on campus through a variety of programs and activities that help students become more involved in our community. You can participate in a weekend immersion trip that will expose you to the life of migrant workers, enjoy a retreat at the Russian River to reflect on your spirituality and build community, serve others outside of Saint Mary's working evening dinner service at the Dorothy Day house and engage in coffee and conversation on Friday mornings.
Take a break and visit the beautiful chapel for some quiet time of prayer and contemplation. All are welcome to daily Mass, twice weekly meditation or any of the many prayer opportunities.
If you really want to dive into Lasallian life, you can become a member of FIAT (Faith In Action Team) and work with the MMC team on presence, programs and experiences that give spirit and voice to our Catholic, Lasallian Mission.
Each year we honor our Lasallian Legacy during Spring's De La Salle week in the spring where we celebrate our heritage, enjoy time as a community and honor distinguished Lasallian educator with an honorary doctorate.
So, go ahead and explore the infinite opportunities Saint Mary's offers to truly Live Lasallian!
The Mission and Ministry Center (MMC) provides a presence, serves as a resource, and offers programs that give expression to and foster the Catholic Lasallian Heritage and Mission on campus. We seek to develop a campus culture of faith, service and community so that all can say "I am Lasallian".
The five Lasallian Core Principles: Faith in the Presence of God, Concern for the Poor and Social Justice, Quality Education, Inclusive Community, and Respect for All Persons animate and motivate the people, programs and practices of the MMC.
The team of professional staff and student leaders in Mission and Ministry provide leadership for the six core areas of the Mission and Ministry Center, which include Faith Formation, Mission Awareness, Liturgy and Prayer, Justice and Education, Residential Ministry, and Publicity and Communication.
On behalf of the team of staff and student leaders, I encourage you to contact us for more information and visit the Mission and Ministry Center next to the Chapel and across from the Seminar Office along the Arcade on campus.