Connecting Students to Churches: Ministry Bridge at DBU

A man stands in front of the podium in the chapel holding a Bible

Passionate, trained, and effective college students are available through DBU Ministry Bridge to serve at churches who are in need of assistance with semester-long commitments, as well as special events. Led by the Spiritual Life staff at DBU, Ministry Bridge supports the local church by supplying worship leaders, speakers, small group leaders, rec teams, drama teams, and interns.

DBU has committed and talented Christian college students ready to serve in various ministry opportunities:

  • Musicians
  • DiscipleNow Staff
  • Drama Teams
  • Interns
  • Recreation Staff
  • Small Group Leaders
  • Speakers
  • Special Event Staff
  • Retreat Staff
  • Wednesday or Sunday Services Staff
  • Worship Leaders

DiscipleNow Weekends - DBU students can serve as engaging small group leaders, worship leaders, and rec staff. DBU Spiritual Life staff and upperclassmen ministry students can also serve as DiscipleNow speakers.

Worship Leadership - DBU has dozens of talented musicians involved in our Chapel Worship Teams. These students are available to assist student ministries by leading at DiscipleNow events, Wednesday or Sunday services, and other special events.

For availability and additional information, please contact

About The Avenue Church

The Avenue Church has partnered with DBU’s Ministry Bridge on several occasions. It is always a blessing to host an event (like a discipleship weekend) and know that we will have awesome college leaders that will come in and have an immediate impact! The college leaders that serve through Ministry Bridge are passionate about pointing our students to Jesus and are an incredible example of servant leadership! DBU’s Ministry Bridge should be the first place student ministers go to find college leaders for their next event!
- Chad Rogers | The Avenue Church | Student Minister

Written by Courtney Smith

Courtney Smith is a freelance content writer for University Communications at Dallas Baptist University.