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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 »
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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 »
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Come out for the first J-House party of second semester! Dress up as your favorite TV or movie character. It will be a night full of movie quotes and TV references that you won't want to miss. There will be dancing and games where you can meet new people and see old friends. Check out facebook.com/purduejhouse for the latest updates and information.
24 Russell St.
Join us at the Riverside Skating Rink for a night of fun and helping international students learn to skate! We have the rink reserved from 9:15 to 11:15pm. Plan to carpool from Campus House at 9pm. Cost is $4 to get in plus $3 for skate rental - please bring cash payment. We'll also have free snacks and hot cocoa!
9:15pm - 11:15pm
100 Tapawingo Dr. West Lafayette
The Symposium is an annual event held at Purdue University drawing thousands from the campus, community, and surrounding region. Led by multiple campus ministries and churches, its purpose is to explore and debate some of the most probing questions about faith, reason, and life via panel discussions, lectures, and debates. This year's keynote speaker Dr. Craig Keener presents "Are Miracles Intellectually Credible?" Friday, February 3rd at 7pm in Loeb Playhouse.
More info about the schedule throughout the entire weekend can be found at www.symposiachristi.com.
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.
What does a huge quantity of wine, a wedding party, and a strange conversation between Jesus and his mother have to do with abundant joy and the end to all suffering? This is a familiar story in which…
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.Schedule coming soon
"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."