Canterbury @ K-State

St. Francis Canterbury House is an Episcopal Campus Ministry that gathers in faith on Monday nights for food, fellowship and fun. Students describe Canterbury as an oasis, a family, a place to be yourself and we hope this for all who walk through our doors.

We serve the campus of Kansas State University and welcome all college-aged students and young adults from our community. You don’t have to be an Episcopalian to join us. All are invited into the full life and worship of Canterbury, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, race, culture, and or physical and mental ability. ALL ARE WELCOME!

Canterbury House
1823 Laramie St.
Manhattan, KS 66502

Meetings (while Fall and Spring classes are in session):

  • Mondays, 6:30 pm for dinner, program, and compline at the house
  • Tuesdays, 6 am, to prepare and serve breakfast, at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 601 Poyntz Ave, Manhattan

Contact: Campus Ministry Interns Josh Avery, or Suzanne Avery,

Episcopal Diocese of Kansas Seeks to hire Program Assistant for Canterbury House at KSU

The Episcopal Diocese of Kansas seeks to hire a Program Assistant for the Canterbury House at Kansas State University. The Campus Ministry Program Assistant facilitates the development and administration of Episcopal Campus Ministry at KSU. Their work is focused on the identification and formation of student peer ministers who will grow and maintain the ministry. The Program Assistant works collaboratively with peer ministers and diocesan staff members to best serve the needs of students. This is a rewarding and life-giving position for those who desire to help college students grow in faith and love of God, through serving others and embodying the Episcopal expression of Christianity. See the full position description here. Submit resume and cover letter to Chad Senuta, Director of Young Adult Ministries to apply.

Peer Ministers for 2022-2023

  • Josh Avery (residential)
  • Suzanne Avery (residential)
  • Brandon Kirmer (non-residential
  • Mason Weber (non-residential)

Bishop’s Committee
The Canterbury House is governed by a Bishop’s Advisory Committee. This group of volunteers from area parishes oversees the budget and policy decisions for the house and functions similar to a vestry of a parish. Current members of the BC are:

  1. Chad Senuta, president
  2. Carson Avery, treasurer
  3. Rev. Yvonne Amanor-Boadu (St. Paul’s, Manhattan)
  4. Ike Ehie (St. Paul’s, Manhattan)
  5. Kitty Fapp (Grace Cathedral, Topeka)
  6. Stacey Kramer (St. Thomas, Holton)
  7. Pat Pesci, facilities chair (St. Paul’s, Manhattan)
  8. Student representative

If you are interested in serving on the BC for the Canterbury House at K-State, please contact the local Program Assistant at