KAPPA CHI

    Kappa Chi is a Christian club started by Dean Morgan when he directed this Bible Chair during the 1970’s.  It was a very successful club during Jerry Klein’s first tenure here at the Bible Chair (1982-1995); and was again during Mark Johnson’s time as Bible Chair director (1995-2003).  In fact, the club received AC’s Outstanding Student Organization Award for 1991-1992.

     

    Kappa Chi has a strong presence on the Amarillo College campus once again, averaging around 40 members last semester.  Kappa (k) is the first letter in the Greek word for fellowship, and Chi (x) is the first letter in the Greek word for Christ.  Thus, Kappa Chi stands for “Fellowship in Christ.”

     

    Membership is open to any AC student who wants to be a member of such a club.  There are no dues; but the members are expected to help pay for the parties, retreats and trips that they choose to participate in.  Club tshirts are encouraged to purchase and wear also available to purchase and are encouraged 

     

    During the regular semesters, we have a free lunch provided by area churches at our regular club meetings and devotionals from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM every Tuesday. This semester we have averaged over 40 students each Tuesday. We have a short devotional while we eat lunch. All seem to really appreciate the time of fellowship and worship.  

     

    Calendar

     

    Every Tuesday    Kappa Chi lunch & devo

                                   11:30-12:30

                      

    January 21          Spring I classes began (1st 8-week                                  classes)

    March 11-12        Finals for Spring I 

    March 23           Spring II classes begin (2nd 8-week                                  classes) 

    April 7               Kappa Chi Easter Meal (April 12th is                                  Easter Sunday)

    May 15              Finals for Spring II 

    June 8               Summer 8-week classes begin

    July 30               Summer 8-week classes end

    August 24           Fall classes begin

    Norma and Mural Worthey