Who we are.
Campus House is a non-denominational church community in the heart of campus made up of several hundred Purdue students who are seeking what it means to be a follower of Jesus and grow in their faith.
Our goal is to help each person that walks through our doors pursue an intimate, dynamic relationship with God, and to encourage them to live out the Gospel in every part of their lives.
Where we are.
1000 State Street, which is at the corner of State & Waldron, across from Lilly Science Building. Our building is incredibly ugly on the outside so you can’t miss it.
What happens here.
Campus House has multiple Sunday services with progressive worship and Biblical teaching. Service Times are at 9:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m., and 7:00 p.m.
There is also a Thursday night gathering at 7:30 that includes a verse-by-verse study (through Acts and 1 Corinthians), worship, and prayer.
Dozens of small groups of students meet weekly to intentionally support, encourage, and challenge each other through prayer, Bible Study, and really good times.
There are numerous opportunities for students to serve at Campus House through areas of Mosaic (like nursery or worship) and to serve outside of Campus House locally and globally, from weekly volunteer projects to our international Vision Trips.
There are a variety of events throughout the year (retreats, parties, road trips, music festival, concerts, conferences) that are designed to be big fun but also the context for conversations, relationships, and connections with people outside the church walls.
Check out the Event Calendar to see what's happening.
To hear more about what life is like at Campus House, check out these 60 Second Stories.