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As a Christian student at Loyola, you are not alone. BCM is here to provide you with a community of believers who will support and encourage you on your journey. Our goal is to help you deepen your relationship with God and become a strong, independent Christian adult.
We offer a variety of opportunities for you to get involved and grow in your faith. Our weekly worship services and Bible studies provide a space for you to connect with God and other students who share your beliefs. We also have opportunities for you to be a part of a student-led Discipleship Group or meet one-on-one with one of our staff members.
The BCM House is located at 7111 Freret St just down the street from both Tulane & Loyola.
In addition to these opportunities, BCM also provides service projects, both on and off campus. These activities allow you to make a positive impact in the community and to put your beliefs into action. We believe that serving others is an essential part of living out your faith. We also host retreats, mission trips, and other events that provide spiritual nourishment and guidance. These events are designed to help you deepen your understanding of the Bible and apply it to your daily life.
At BCM, we are committed to being a support system for you during your college years. We understand that college can be a challenging time, and we want to be here for you every step of the way. Whether you’re a Freshman just starting out or a Senior getting ready to graduate, we are here to help you grow in your faith and become the person God intended you to be.
If you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We would be more than happy to schedule a meeting to discuss how BCM can support your spiritual journey at Loyola. We look forward to connecting with you and supporting you in your faith journey at Loyola University
“The college campus is a mission field ripe with opportunities to reach the next generation. The decisions made during the college years will shape the direction of a person’s life, so it’s crucial that we, as the Church, are there to offer guidance, support, and the love of Jesus.”
– David Platt, pastor and author.
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Metro BCM Director
Twitter – @coreyolivier
Instagram – @coreyjolivier
Corey is beginning his 17th year as the Metro Director of BCM in New Orleans. He gives leadership over the city-wide ministry while also spending time on all of the campuses sharing the Gospel and making disciples. Corey also serves as a Spiritual Advisor to many of the student-athletes and coaches at Tulane University and leads our ministry at The University of New Orleans.
Associate Metro BCM Director
Twitter – @meaganstedman
Instagram – @meaganstedman
Meagan is in her fourth year with BCM. She spent three years as a Campus Missionary and now serves as Associate Director. Meagan leads the ministry work at Tulane University and Loyola University. She loves drinking coffee, doing life with students, and is presently working on a PhD in Theology & Ethics at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.
Twitter – @quintadkins
Instagram – @quintadkins
Quint is in his 2nd year as a Campus Missionary. He serves at Tulane University and Loyola University where he is an alum. Quint leads worship weekly for our Uptown gathering, Common Ground. During the summer and some weekends Quint can be found leading worship at various retreats, revivals, or special events. To learn more go to www.quintadkins.com. Quint is currently working on a Masters of Philosophy at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.
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Common Ground: Dinner & Worship
If you’re a student at Loyola, you’re invited to be a part of our weekly gathering at the BCM House on Thursday Nights called Common Ground. We begin with a FREE Home-Cooked dinner at 6:30pm. Then around 7:15pm we move into a time of worship and Bible Study. During the 2022-2023 school year we are in a teaching series called “God Is…” where we are learning about a different attribute of God each week.
Saturday, March 4th
Cost $10.00 + money for beignets
Meet at the BCM House at 5pm for some smoked meat and a time of fellowship. Then at 6:00pm we’re heading to City Putt for some mini golf with beignets at Cafe Du Monde to follow.
Ladies Karaoke Night
Saturday, March 11th
6:00pm at The BCM House
Calling all ladies who can sing or think they can sing! Grab some friends and join us for a fun night of singing! Refreshments with some “fun” drinks will be served!
Friday, April 21st
7:00pm at Airline Skate Center
$10.00 + money for food (pay at the door)
How about one last fellowship event before finals begin! We’ll leave the BCM House at 6:30pm and head for a evening of roller staking. Rumor has it that Corey plans to show us all up as he was a skating champion back in the 80s.
Crawfish Boil & Cookout
The Annual BCM Crawfish Boil & Cookout is a great way to get outside and enjoy some great sites, meet some great friends, eat some great food. The event is held at The Fly behind Audubon Park on the banks of the Mississippi River at 6:00pm on March 23rd. There is no cost to attend. As the event gets closer look for the sign up sheet to register.
At the end of each year we honor our graduating seniors in our last Metro BCM event of the school year. This year Senior Night will be on April 27th at The BCM House beginning at 6:30pm with a steak and potato dinner. Following dinner the program will begin. Each Senior will be presented with a gift and will also leave a gift called a “Senior Pass-down” which is either a tangible object or some advice that is passed down to an underclassman.
Hear from our Students
Alyssa Galindo (Loyola University)
David Beggood’s H.E.A.R. Journal Testimony