Meyer Christian Studies Center

The 18,800-square-foot building provides space for classes, meetings and special events. The first-floor foyer leads visitors to a suite of offices for the dean of Christian Studies and a student lounge. There are four classrooms, sized to accommodate students enrolled in Old and New Testament classes each year. A conference room offers an alternative space for smaller seminar courses. At the center of the second floor is a large library which houses a special collection of books on theology and Baptist life. The library will also serves as the home for UMHB's new Center for Baptist Studies. Offices for members of the religion faculty are clustered together on the second floor.

908 Pearl Street, Belton, TX 76513

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(254) 295-8642


Upcoming Events

College of Christian Studies Hamburger Cookout

Christian Studies Majors/Minors Hamburger Cookout

8/16 5pm
Christian Studies Forum

Christian Studies Forum

8/24 3pm
Family Weekend Chapel Service - Jason Palmer

All UMHB students, family members, faculty, and staff are welcome to participate. Chapel credit will be available for students who attend live and are...

9/17 8:30am
Concert Choir & One Voice Concert

The College of Visual & Performing Arts is pleased to present One Voice and Women's Chorus in concert in Manning Chapel on Friday, October 28 at 7:30 pm. One...

10/28 7:30pm

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Jo Ann Bantillo

Jo Ann Bantillo left a positive review 10/20/2019

Only a handful of students were actively listening. A lot of people were studying and I felt bad for the speaker. I suggest an actual retreat In place of Alternative Chapel. There are a lot of students really need to unplug and go into a “spiritual spa”. I talked to the speaker about this And he seems dubious about it. I studied in a convent school for 10 years and I studied in a convent school for 10 years and retreats really do help specially in team building. There are those who would rather stick to this platform because they would rather study during the talk which is really counterintuitive.

Meyer Christian Studies Center

Meyer Christian Studies Center posted a photo 5/2/2013