A glimpse into who we are, what we stand for, and what we do.
Who We Are
We are a Christian ministry in the form of a sorority, which means we are structured as a sorority but our goals are ministry focused. We have more Greek structured events such as socials, formals, recruitment, rush events, big/little relationships, and weekly Chapter meetings.
However, these things are all for the glory of God and are rooted firmly in the foundation of the gospel of Jesus Christ. For example, our big and little sister relationships are centered on the concept of Christian discipleship between believers. Our socials and formals are focused on uplifting Christian fellowship with our brothers and sisters in other Christian Greek organizations.
Theta Alpha Christian Sorority was established by women who envisioned a ministry that was closely structured to traditional Greek sororities, but whose foundation was set upon the gospel of Jesus Christ. In the spring of 2006, Theta Alpha was founded at Florida State University in Tallahassee, Florida. Currently, we have chapters in Orlando (Delta Chapter) and Gainesville at the University of Florida (Beta Chapter).
Theta Alpha honors Laurie Bailey, Caroline Burns, Beth Cordova, Kaitlin Griffiths, Kristen Rupert, and Lindsey Soulis as the National Founders.
We hope in the future that more chapters will open, and we can expand our sisterhood. Theta Alpha strives daily to show girls that it is honorable to glorify God throughout your collegiate years.
What We Do
Throughout each semester, we involve ourselves in various activities such as accountability groups, retreats, prayer nights, socials and formals, philanthropy nights, and big sister/little sister pairings. Each activity we do strengthens the bond we have as sisters and makes us better women of God.