Want to serve at Campus House? Go here to learn more about areas where we need help.See More »
Check out some of our partners in the Lafayette area and find out how to get involved in local community service.See More »
Interested in our vision trips? See information about our current trips and photos from our past trips.
Did you miss last Sunday? Or maybe you're wondering what that worship song was a couple weeks ago. Or maybe you just want to relisten to a past sermon. If so, check this page out!See More »
If you can't find a past sermon, chances are that it's on our archive. Take a look!See More »
Our Podcast is on iTunes! Download episodes to your phone so you can listen on the go.See More »
Read a little more into who we are as a ministry. Learn about our vision as a community and about the extensions of our church; Greyhouse and GreyMob.See More »
Learn about what we as a church believe. These are the foundations of our faith in Christ.See More »
Need to talk to someone? Want to put a name to a face on our staff? Check out our staff page!See More »
Parents can learn about Campus House and chat with some staff after the 9:30am and 11am services.
Wondering what you could do over winter break/vacation? Want an opportunity to get outside your comfort zone? Have you thought about going on a Vision Trip? Campus House is taking three Vision Trips this winter (to Haiti, to Indy, and within the Lafayette area) and the deadline to apply is Monday, October 3rd. If you are interested in either or both of the trips, come to the Vision Trip Callout Sunday, September 25th at 6:30pm in the Wood Room.
Campus House Wood Room
Starry Night is our annual street festival that draws thousands of people with its unique blend of excellent music, a variety of merchants, interactive creativity, and food. It is a chance for our church to connect with the community outside of our building’s walls. We hope to see you there!
7:00pm - 11:59pm
Corner of Northwestern Ave and State St
Small Groups are a place where Sunday gatherings are made small — where we share life intentionally and encourage one another on our spiritual journey with the goal of "helping one another love God.” The Sunday sermons will act as a springboard for group conversation, providing a chance to ask questions, process and apply the teaching meaningfully.
Groups meet each week at various locations and different times on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday evenings.We have groups for undergraduate men, women and co-ed groups for young professionals.
Lule 7: 36-50 Is the story of a sinful woman who was more of a hospitible host than a pharasee. This sermon takes a look jesus through the lense of these two very different people.
Join us on Thursday Nights as we explore what it means to align our inner and outer life with God’s heart, Word, and Kingdom with topics and series that are applicable, speakers and facilitators that are engaging, and worship / prayer to frame an openness to alignment.
"I don't find my identity in these friendships, but [through them] I have found it easier to see who I am in Christ. And that's what I really needed, to be reminded who I am, and that I am loved."