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We’re Stern 205 (second floor).

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Large Group @ College of Charleston
When: Every Thursday, 7:00 – 8:15ish pm
Where: Stern Center 205 at George St. and Glebe St.                   Format: Worship band, message, Q&A, and discussion

 

 

 

 

 

On the Citadel campus with free parking next door for our College of Charleston students.

On the Citadel campus with parking next door for our CofC students and guests.

Large Group @ the Citadel

When: Every Monday, 6:30 – 7:30 pm
Where: 230 Mark Clark Hall, Greater Issues Room
Format: Home-cooked dinner, acoustic worship, message and discussion

 

 


 

 

 

 

We like food…a lot.

Missional Communities

Missional Communities help us live out what it means to follow Jesus and His teachings in this city, country, and generation.  All College of Charleston student leaders are required to be participating in a missional community as part leadership team responsibilities.  Obviously, we think they’re pretty important.

Fall 2017 Semester Schedule 

Sermon Creation Bible Study, Mondays or Tuesdays, with Colin Kerr, citizen.kerr@gmail.com Ask questions and help form the Thursday sermon over lunch students take turns making. Our only “normal” Bible study.

To Write Love on Her Arms, Bi-Weekly Mondays 7 pm. Location TBA with Taylor Buckner, bucknertl@g.cofc.edu Helping with suicide awareness and prevention on campus as we get approval to form the first CofC chapter.

Journey Runs, Tuesdays TBA, With Kevin Gustafson, kevin_gustafson867@yahoo.com A fun, non-threatening running club for encouragement and meeting goals – recognizing that we are beings of mind, body, and spirit.

International Justice Mission, Monthly on Tuesdays 7 pm. Location TBA, with Sydney Zaazzaro, zazzarosk@g.cofc.edu IJM is a non profit organization that aims to raise awareness about and end slavery and human trafficking. If you are interested in social justice and may want to pursue law enforcement, human rights, or non-profit work, then this IMJ chapter is perfect for you.

Loving America Street, Bi-Weekly Fridays 4 to 6 pm, walking from Kudu, with Dionne Romanski, romanskdj@g.cofc.edu Helping out with the only laundromat on the economically disadvantaged East Side, which is also a community center.