Phi Lamb Activities
Below is a more information on the activities that Phi Lamb participate in throughout the year. Each of these activities occurs in Phi Lambs to support our goal in bringing glory to God as a sisterhood of women.
Our weekly chapter meetings consist of: worship, a devotional, discussion groups, TOLL time (stands for "time of lamb love" which is usually a fun activity), and business.
Each member meets weekly with their prayer group (of about 5-7 girls). These can differ in structure, sometimes involving a theme or a particular focus, but are mostly for accountability, support, and prayer.
Each member has a personal prayer partner to meet with weekly. This can be very casual, such as meeting for lunch at the commons. The purpose is to get to know another sister better, and to support each other through prayer.
Each fall we go on a brief trip to serve as a chapter and meet needs.
During the fall, we have an overnight retreat for pledges (new members), and one for actives (not new members). The pledges have the opportunity to have fun getting to know their pledge class and fellowship. In the spring, we have an all-chapter retreat where all members get to refresh and fellowship together.
We usually have monthly service projects where members serve together in different ways. We also have philanthropy events - Angel Tree in the fall, and Relay for Life in the spring semester.
There are three prayer nights each semester. These are an opportunity to pray over each other, pray for the campus, and cover other prayer needs.
We have a few social events each semester that are just a fun time to hang out with your sisters! We go to the movies, have potluck dinner, scavenger hunts… And in the spring, we have a formal!
Church and Bible Study
Although Phi Lambs is a body of believers, we do not want to take the place of a church home. Thus, we require members to either be in or actively seeking both a church home and an outside bible study. This is also for the purpose of accountability and helping foster spiritual growth.