Fall 2018 Small Group Menu

MONDAY

COED

  • To Live Is Christ… by Matt Chandler - 6:00pm at the CCF House
    Seth Smith (sas7614) and Grace Maddox (gem4482)
  • Wildin’ Out - 7:30pm at the CCF House
    Alex Goerke (amg1144) and Sidney Shields (sms1515)

WOMEN

  • Ecclesiastes: All Is Vapor - 9:00pm at the CCF House
    Abby Sokeland (aps5738)

TUESDAY

COED

  • YHWH Goes to Broadway  - 4:00pm at Take Root Cafe
    Derrick Rohr (derrick.rohr@gmail.com) and Alan Smith (ajs2821)
  • Prayer & Sabbath - 6:30pm at 1404 E Randolph
    Keevin McGlumphry (keevin.mcg@gmail.com) and Stephanie McGlumphry
  • Lit for Lit 2.0 - 7:30pm at 825 E Line Street
    Derek and Taylor Franklin (taylorlynnprobst@gmail.com)

WOMEN

  • Women: Wanted - A Study of Women in the Bible - 6:00pm at the CCF House
    Amy Engelbrecht (ame4821) and Sara Maakestad (sjm7277)
  • Inside Out: Emotions - 6:30pm at 707 E Randolph
    Caro Holden (cgh3126) and Claire Miller (cem8223)

MEN

  • Just Dudes Being Men - 5:30pm at 608 E. Randolph
    Dane Bossert (dcb2141) and Tyler Clevenger (tjc4723)

THURSDAY

COED

  • The Gifting Tree: What God Says About Spiritual Gifts - 4:30pm at the CCF House
    Gretchen Sandvig (gls8651) and Christopher Brotherton (cwb4751)
  • Daniel - 6:00pm at 208 E Pierce Street
    Kaitlin Roberts (knr3763) and Caleb Janssen (cbj1645)
  • Worship Workshop - 9:00pm at the CCF House
    Devon Russell (dsr4272)

MEN

  • The Cost of Discipleship by Dietrich Bonhoeffer - 7:30pm at the CCF House
    Traix Heiden (tah8268) and Taylor Hession (tdh2137)

 

Click Here to Join a Small Group

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.