CCF Weekly Meeting

October 21st: 1:30 am - 2:30 am @ Great Hall

Campus Christian Fellowship (CCF), one of the most active groups on campus, now will like to hold our weekly gatherings in person in the Great Hall.

With the ever-changing, uncertain times that we experience every day, CCF finds it increasingly important as a student-run organization on campus to provide a place of rest where students can leave their stresses and burdens behind. Wherever you are on you spiritual journey, you are welcome here. We want to invite and welcome you!

CCF provides a unique feeling of community and “re-centering” while still allowing students’ health to be at top priority and respect all of the campus’s Covid safety guidelines. All people in attendance will be masked and socially-distanced for the entirety of each meeting. To promote the safety of all students and comply with safety measures effectively, CCF will place all seating six feet apart.

Meetings are held EVERY Wednesday night from 8:30-9:30 pm. These weekly meetings are open to any and all college students interested. Luke Hatfield and Mandy Kimes from His House will also be at the meetings to talk with students as well as provide guidance and support on faith-related topics. Each of them will be masked and socially-distanced, and will respectfully abide by the same rules that the students are required to follow as well.


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