VILLAGES

WHAT IS A VILLAGE

We’re all searching to know people and to be known. God created us with the desire for relationships, with one-another and most importantly with Himself. We believe that God is best explored in community. A Village is a life-on-life community of students asking and answering questions about who God is and what it looks like to follow Him. Villages come together each week to share a meal, discuss a story from the Bible, and apply it to their lives. 

WHY WE DO THEM

Our desire is to see each Village care for one-another and for other students on this campus. Ultimately, we hope to raise up Luke 10:2 laborers on campus and across the globe. We want to create spaces on campus to learn the scriptures, ask hard questions, talk them out, and apply those truths in our lives in ways that lead to application and multiplication.

TIME & PLACE

Monday

508 n. Lindell

co-ed

5 pm

Lauren DeMalade

Noah Branscum

off campus

co-ed

5 pm

Ariel Sayger

Daniel Williams

Austin Burgess

Northwest Quad

co-ed

7:30 pm

pomfret

co-ed

8 pm

Linnie Hampton

Brian Baird

Meredith Ellenwood

Carson Reed

Thursday

Gregson

co-ed

7:30 pm

Faith Pearrow

Devin Smith

Will Marr

Image by Antoine Beauvillain

BECOME A LEADER

All of our small group villages are lead by students. At the end of each school year, we intentionally end all our small groups and launch new ones every fall. This allows for all those currently in a village an opportunity to lead their own village somewhere on campus in the Fall. We hope that all of you who have loved your village desires to multiply and lead a village next year. Below is a link to fill out an application to start the process of launching your own small group village.