Good, you’re coming to College Church, but what next? Throughout the week, there are a lot of ways to connect to life at College Church through fellowship, learning, outreach and worship. And if you stay around long enough you’ll discover how these four core initiatives shape and inform what we do.

Adults—Following Jesus is more than a solo, one-time event at weekend worship services. It’s involvement with other Christians, who also love and follow Jesus. To help you along the way, we have opportunities for you to gather with adults on Sunday mornings and during the week, including groups for men, women, senior citizens and 20s and 30s, and more.

Children—The gospel isn’t just for adults. At College Church, we want to equip children to know and love Jesus as we support parents in nurturing the faith of their children.

College—Four main points to remember about the College Group: Word-centered, worship-driven, relationally-shaped and globally aware.

Disabilities—STARS refers to individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities and our ministry to them—people created by God for a purpose and indispensable to the body of Christ.

Music—Traditional or contemporary? The heartbeat of music at College Church is not us but the God we serve, Jesus Christ.

Resources—Video, print and online resources to encourage you as you live for Jesus. Well, the online cookbook might be just for fun.

Small Groups—It’s the primary way of community, service and support as we grow as disciples of Christ and reach out in love to our neighbors and community.

Students—We admit it, the names of our youth groups—KMs (junior high); HYACKs (senior high)—are different, but once you get used to the names, your students will discover a place where they will be taught and built up for a life-long walk with God.