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Below is a list of student organizations who participate in a variety of on- and off-campus activities, enriching the experience at Moody Bible Institute—Spokane.
A group of students who pray for Moody and the city of Spokane.
MuKappa is a group for "MKs," or missionary kids, and international students, which seeks to offer support as they transition to life in the United States. MuKappa sponsors various outings throughout the school year, such as shopping trips, cultural nights, and other activities.
A group of students who practice their drama skills and theatrically perform for the student body.
Women & Wives of Moody Aviation (WOMA)
A women's group which facilitates interaction and support through events and fellowship. This group aims to prepare female aviation students and wives of aviation students for service overseas as well as promote spiritual growth.
Chapel Worship Teams
A group of students committed to serving the student body through leading worship.
HeBrews House Show
An informal talent show each semester typically highlighting student's musical talents.
HeBrews Coffee Bar
Volunteers at our on-campus coffee and snack bar.
The Chapel Committee is comprised of students, staff, and faculty members who influence chapel topics, speakers, music, and other key elements intentionally fostering opportunities for spiritual formation through the chapel program.
Basketball and Volleyball
By playing in a city league, these groups allow players to intentionally interact with people in the community.
Some events include flag football, ultimate Frisbee, table tennis and others.
Students at Moody Bible Institute–Spokane live with Residence Assistants in our Investor Owned Housing. Within each home the RAs seek to establish a prosperous academic environment, a discipleship-oriented atmosphere, and a long-lasting, tight-knit community.
The members of Student Council (StuCo) seek to provide social, spiritual, intellectual and physical stimuli to the student body through a variety of programs and various campus events.
Student Events and Activities Coordinators (SEAC)
Student leaders who assist StuCo by facilitating social events for the student body, both on and off campus.
This newspaper contains articles written by Moody students about current issues and events relevant to students.
— Amanda (Junior)