Ministry to the University Campus
Since 1999 Seg-way has helped start ministries across the U of M campus; planting new groups in fraternities and sports teams, and among international and American undergrad students.
Ministry From the Campus to the World
Seg-Way also serves as a launchpad for young people who want to apply their God-Given gifts to the needs of the world.
We work out of our fraternity/sorority Kappa Pi Alpha, where students live in Christian Community
Bordertown Coffee - a popular campus coffee house that seeks to bridge God and the campus, rich and poor, the needs of the world and the gifts of the university.
Our latest effort Catalysis - is a social enterprise incubator (with the MetaMorph youth experience) that partners undiscovered youth (sometimes labled at-risk or underpriviledged) with experienced entrepreneurs in new ventures.