Francis Center for Servant Leadership & Faith Formation 

Through our time and efforts, we strive to better our campus, community & world.

The Francis Center for Servant Leadership & Faith Formation was established in 1999 to reflect John Wesley's charge to love God and one another. By integrating service and academics, Pfeiffer hopes to inspire students to lead lives of meaningful work and service.

Students who participate in activities with the Francis Center for Servant Leadership & Faith Formation 

  • Experience the application of conceptual knowledge to real-world settings, particularly those focused on social justice and faith-related issues.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of servant leadership and faith formation
  • Develop an enhanced awareness of how one's vocation can be applied to achieve the common good.
  • Engage in activities that build social capital in the campus & local community.

Francis Scholar

The Francis Scholar program upperclassmen who have shown an aptitude for servant leadership & faith formation. Francis Scholars commit to completing 40 volunteer hours per semester and receive a $500 scholarship for each semester they participate. To learn more about the Francis Scholar program please email [email protected]


Service and Faith-related Opportunities

If you are motivated to serve others, get involved at the Francis Servant Leadership Center. Once involved, you will find opportunities to serve in a wide variety of ways, on campus and off-campus.

Join hands with us as we serve. 

For information about the Francis Center and its various programs, please contact: [email protected]

Francis Center for Servant Leadership & Faith Formation 

P.O. Box 960
Misenheimer, N.C. 28109
(704) 463-3123