The Navigators

The Navigators are a non-denominational, non-profit Christian ministry with thousands of staff located all over the world. Our collegiate ministry is present on campuses all over the United States, and even on some campuses overseas. Here at the University of Wyoming, our campus ministry is focused on two things: evangelism and discipleship. Our mission is, “To know Christ, make Him known, and help others do the same,” and all of what we do on campus is focused on this mission. God is doing great things in Laramie, so please come join us as we continue in the mission!


For more information, visit their Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wyonavs/

or home page: https://wyomingnavs.com

Tucker and Abby Bennett - Navs

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Mason Harms - Navs

I'm Mason Harms! God put a passion in me to share the gospel to college students when I was a freshman at the University of Wyoming (roll poke). During and after college I worked for a church as the Worship Director and Youth Director, but I felt God calling me back to campus! 


My own college experience is what draws me to college students. It's a time where people from all over the world go to figure out who they are and what they will live for. I'm excited to be there for them and to tell them the truth: that they are designed for a deep relationship with God and that the only life worth living is for Him!

Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship

This student group provides a place to meet others, explore Christianity and grow in faith. Chi Alpha offers Bible studies, large group meetings, retreats, conferences and opportunities for students to get involved on campus and in the community.


For more information: https://www.facebook.com/uwyochialpha

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

This interdenominational Christian organization, composed of students, faculty and staff at UW, works to present the athletes, coaches and those they influence the adventure of serving Jesus in their relationships


For more information:  https://www.facebook.com/UWYOFCA

St. Amands - Casas por Cristo

Hey, my name is Kyle St. Amand, and I am from Hartselle, Alabama. I first served with Casas while my home church was doing their first build in Acuña in 2011. I have been working for Casas since October of 2017 and have been in the Guatemala location since January 2018. I married my beautiful wife, Hannah, in May of 2019 and she moved down to join me in Guatemala the day after our wedding. We have been enjoying this experience that God has put us on and look forward to what he will provide in the future. God is doing great things through this ministry, and we are happy to be a small part of it.

Seeds of Hope - International Ministry

  • To save the lives of children by providing medical care, good nutrition and a loving home.
  • To raise the children in our care to be productive and Godly people and to be a benefit to their community.
  • To teach children family values and morals so that they do not repeat a cycle of spreading HIV/AIDS.
  • To give children a high level of education to help them reach their full potential.
  • To give children a real chance to break the cycle of poverty and dependence. By helping
    children move from lives of dependency to lives of self-sufficiency, they will have the confidence and knowledge to impact their communities with the grace they themselves have received.
  • To be a blessing to the community by sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ, assisting the poor and vulnerable wherever possible and to give sustainable hope for the children and their communities by the programs put in place by the ministry.

Heart to Heart Pregnancy Clinic

Heart to Heart Pregnancy Clinic in Laramie, Wyoming, was organized in 1985 to provide free, confidential services to women and men facing unplanned pregnancies.


We serve clients with free ultrasound services, pregnancy testing, and counseling. We understand that it is sometimes difficult to see the potential that exists beyond the immediate situation. Our mission is to equip and empower women and men as they make their choice regarding their pregnancies. While we do not perform abortions nor refer for abortions, we will never attempt to make that choice for any of our clients. We are here to give clients the tools to evaluate the risks and rewards of their current situation and empower them so that they make the best decision for their pregnancy.

Laramie Interfaith

Interfaith-Good Samaritan cooperates with other organizations and agencies to provide assistance to women, men, and children in emergency situations when no other help is available. We offer a food pantry that is open 34 hours per week, a 24-hour patio pantry, food delivery as well as several satellite pantries. In addition to food, we also provide emergency assistance with rent, utilities, and unexpected expenses.  We receive support from a variety of religious organizations, service clubs, individuals, United Way of Albany County, the City of Laramie, Albany County, and the Ellbogen and Guthrie foundations.  Our services are provided without regard to any religious affiliation.


For more information, visit their website: https://www.laramieinterfaith.org

Laramie Soup Kitchen


Located in the lower-level of St. Matthew's Cathedral, we are a soup kitchen and small food pantry in Laramie, Wyoming. We provide hot lunches Monday through Friday from 10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.


Though we are closed Saturdays and Sundays, we provide sack lunches on Friday for the weekend. 


Food is free to all, no requirements needed or questions asked. Families Welcome. Even during COVID-19, the Laramie Soup Kitchen is committed to ensuring that all who are hungry have a place to get a hot, healthy meal that feeds the soul. 


We believe hunger hits more than the stomach and are committed to creating a community that feeds the stomach as well as the soul.

For more information, visit their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/LaramieSoupKitchen/about/?ref=page_internal

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