Campus Ministry and the Multifaith Living Community at UC Davis

May 14, 2013

The Cal Aggie Christian Association (CA House) at UC Davis has long been at the forefront of activism and social justice for the university community. Since 1916, it has served as the campus ministry for the United Methodist Church, the United Church of Christ, and the Presbyterian Church (USA). It is an inclusive, progressive campus ministry serving college and graduate students of all faiths in and around the Davis community. The ministry offers opportunities for spirituality, service, personal growth, fellowship, and intentional living. University is a time of change and development for many young adults, and a campus ministry is a place where students can grow together in fellowship and education.

Through action on issues of peace and justice, they support individuals in discovering and fulfilling their human and spiritual vocations. They are a diverse, open community, seeking to follow the example of Jesus in the midst of the university.
 
Now CA House is also home to the Multifaith Living Community, a home away from home for about forty students from a variety of faith backgrounds. As one resident stated, "there's no place in Davis that offers the same value. It's right next to campus, the community setting is absolutely wonderful, and the people are amazing and caring."
 
Students of all faiths, or no faith, are eligible to apply. The community consists of six townhouses situated around a central courtyard on the Cal Aggie Christian Association property directly across from campus on Russell Boulevard. Residents in the Multifaith Living Community have the opportunity to take advantage of the programming features and resources available through CA House.
 
There are still spots available at CA House and the Multifaith Living Community to lease for the 2013-2014 year for students attending UC Davis. For more information, call (530) 753- 2000, or log on to www.cahouse.org.