Phi Chi prides itself on our history and involvement in Baylor’s All-University Sing. We carry our commitment to our Lord into Sing with us in the form of the phrase “One Body. One Life.” Our goal as an organization is to come together as one body to affect one life in the audience. Since our first act “The Mission” in 1991, Phi Chi has made Pigskin 24 times and has placed with 13 of those acts. We have been the overall winner 3 times in our history with fantastic performances in “Free at Last’ (2004), “Dust Bowl Days” (2015), and recently, Phi Chi has been enjoying its 1st place finish with Pi Beta Phi in “The Tortoise and the Hare” (2018) and hopes to improve upon and maintain the standard of greatness we have set for ourselves.


The Shepherd’s Heart is a non-profit mobile food pantry fighting against poverty and hunger for the food insecure people of Waco. Rooted in Psalm 82:3-4, The Shepherd’s Heart strives to “defend the cause of the weak and fatherless; maintain the rights of the poor and oppressed. Rescue the weak and needy; deliver them out of the hand of the wicked.” Through our partnership with The Shepherd’s Heart, we work to feed and empower the families of our community while demonstrating to them the love of God.


Every Spring Break, we send our brothers on a service trip to the side of Starr Mountain in East Tennessee to partner with Camp Living Stones, a Christian recreation and adventure camp which offers both weekly sessions for campers in the summer and hosts year-round retreat services as well. We volunteer to help prepare Camp Living Stones for whatever maintenance work they need to improve their facilities, like roofing or constructing pavilions and decks.

This experience is a consistent highlight for our brothers, who are always eager to return each year.