Currently, there is a chasm between the overlooked University Leadership and the Christian body leaving these leaders under-served, under-resourced, and without a shepherding presence.

Collegiate Abbey develops bridges of trust and relationship with University Leadership.  We seek to create environments of grace and peace that help to care for leaders and serve them through the gospel of Christ.


Our Principles

Collegiate Abbey has been serving University Leadership since 2017. During that time we have been honored to see God open doors and create many opportunities to help serve and meet the needs of the campus. God continues to bring healing and encouragement through the light of the gospel of Christ.



We seek to create connections that have not existed before, connect individuals and groups to collaborate to meet the needs of the campus, and help to bring life and encouragement to University Leadership



In response to listening to the needs of the University Leadership, we create resources, events, and gatherings to help cultivate health and spiritual growth.



Our desire is to help University Leadership take the next steps in developing their relationships with God, their families, and each other.



By coming alongside these men and women, Collegiate Abbey seeks to encourage University Leadership while they lead through difficult and unprecedented times.

The team


Britton Sharp

Founder & Director of Collegiate Abbey

Britton has worked in collegiate ministry for 16 years in the United States and also in Europe. He is a graduate of The University of Tennessee. Britton is also an artist and writer. His desire is that people would know that they are loved, valued, and cared for by the gospel of Jesus Christ. He is married to Brooks and has three amazing children.


Steve Moldrup

Co-Director of Collegiate Abbey

Steve has been in full-time ministry with students for nearly 40 years – in 2 churches and 20 years with Young Life. Steve has been married to Renee’ for over 30 years and has 7 children (5 biological and 2 adopted), one tiny rat-dog, two sons-in-law, and one (so far) beautiful grand-daughter. He has a deep love for God and for people and for connecting those two in creative and transformational ways.