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Fall 2019 Small Group Menu



+ The Empire Shaloms Back - 4:30pm at the CCF House, by Conrad Salisbury and Paul Gibson


+ Enneamigos (A Christian Perspective on the Enneagram) - 6:00pm at the CCF House, by Hannah Smiles and Avery Morrison

+ That’s SO(cial) Justice - 7:30pm at the CCF House, by Sara Maakestad and Jake Wendel

+ When Things Don’t Go Right, Go Left: A Discussion About Suffering - 9:00pm at the CCF House, by Gretchen Sandvig and Oluwaranti Oginni



+ Women of the Bible - 7:30pm at the CCF House, by Grace Maddox and Meredith Spargo


+ Breaking Chains - 4:30pm at The Porch (608 E. Randolph), by Dane Bossert and Taylor Hession


+ YHWH Goes to Hollywood (Film-based Discussions on Faith) - 3:00pm at the CCF House, by Reed Dent and derrick james rohr iii

+ Mr. & Mrs. Doubtfire / For Crying Doubt Loud - 4:30pm at the Halli Hotel (916 S. Halliburton), by Alex Goerke and Jess Tiller

+ Gettin’ Haughty with the Body of Christ - 5:30pm at 401 S. Florence Apt A, by Robyn Schroeder and Noah Jensen

+ A Taste of the Epistles - 6:00pm at the CCF House, by Seth and Sarah Smith



+ Podcast Pondering - 6:00pm at the CCF House, by Mere Gleason

+ {S}hebrews - 7:30pm at the CCF House, by Claire Miller and Karis Chapman


+ Worship Workshop - 9:00pm at the CCF House, by Devon Russell



+ The Insanity of Obedience - 6:00pm at the iHouse (111 E. Patterson), by Stephanie McGlumphry


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For some students, large worship gatherings of around 200 students are their sweet spot, and we think that’s great. For others, there is a desire to get to know their Christian brothers and sisters on a deeper level than is possible in that setting. This helps foster deeper bonds of friendship, which is the perfect context for learning about God and following him together. To that end, we greatly encourage students to join a CCF small group.

Each semester, a handful of men’s, women’s, and coed groups are on offer, spanning most of the days of the week. These small groups meet weekly for either a semester or a full year, and usually consist of between five and twenty people. The reason small groups are the heart of our ministry is because we have indeed seen them work to create an intimate community of Christians who, together, learn to love God and each other. They do this through prayer, encouragement, fun, and mutual accountability.