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Support Canterbury MSU!

Your financial donations makes everything we do possible. Whether you’re giving a couple of bucks to buy coffee for a student or a larger donation for an annual fundraiser or specific project, you are helping to share the Way of Love with Michigan State students! Thank you!

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All donations are tax exempt. Contact us if you need additional information!

Our Cornerstone Donors

EVERY donation is important. Even $5 buys a student a cup of coffee. We could not do what we do, though, without these key supporters.

The Diocese of Michigan

The Diocese of Michigan is currently the largest annual donor to Canterbury MSU. This funding is provided for in the diocesan budget, which is passed at diocesan convention every year. It covers the majority of the stipend for the missioner to Michigan State.

St. Paul’s, Lansing

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Lansing is the founding congregation of campus ministry at Michigan State. In the late 1880’s their priests began coming to campus to get to know students and offer worship. By the end of WWII they established a house on Abbot Rd that offered housing, plus a full chapel on the ground floor. Just a short time later, they formed All Saints Episcopal Church, sold the original house on Abbot, and began building All Saints at 800 Abbot Rd, where it continues to thrive.

In 2022, with the same sense of commitment and courage, St. Paul’s decided that it would support the proposal of a storefront ministry in downtown East Lansing by paying the rent for the first year and provided a partial rent grant for the following two years. Both they and the Canterbury MSU board knew that there were no guarantees of success. They were also clear that proclaiming the Gospel in a new time required risk and courage. St. Paul’s support is why we can welcome students to 225 M.A.C.

The Episcopal Church

Each year the Episcopal Church’s office of Young Adult and Campus Ministry offers grants for proposals not included in the wider church budget. Canterbury MSU received a grant in 2023 to fund an intern for the coming academic year. MSU student Maggie Stoving has been developing programs, managing social media promotion, and coordinating the work of other student staff. We are grateful to her for all she’s done and to The Episcopal Church for making it possible!

Coffee makes the world go ’round, and nowhere more than on a college campus! Through all the ups and downs we have bought students coffee. We will continue to do that, with your help!

We need your help to do all this!

$5 will buy coffee for a Spartan and brighten their day.
$25 will buy soft drinks or snacks for a couple of weeks of student gathering.

Donate here through Square online payments.