This Friday, September 7th, we will be meeting at Campus House at 5:30 to head to Indianapolis for a FREE overnight stay at Trader’s Point Church. Once at Trader’s Point, we will enjoy a free home-cooked Italian dinner and dessert graciously made for us by Theresa Scott, mother of two Campus House Students. The night will then be filled with a time of worship, a message, small group discussion, and then the greatest volleyball tournament you could ever dream of. If volleyball isn’t your thing, don’t worry. We have plenty of other fun games for you. Stay the night and stick around in the morning for some more worship time and a tasty pancake breakfast. We will plan to be back at Purdue by 1pm on Saturday. We hope you can join us!
Contact Andy at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up or to answer any questions.
2012 CAMPUS HOUSE MEN’S RETREAT
Register at Campus House
Jan. 27-28 (back to campus around noon), $22
Four men who have all experienced different walks with God will be present to take part in an open forum conversation on what their journeys as Godly men have looked like, as well as answer questions submitted by students.
Email Alex Ray (email@example.com) with any questions.
Date: October 21st
Where: In a barn! (we’ll meet at Campus House)
Sign-up: By the Chalkboard
Contact: Dana McKinnis (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Come join us for the Barn Dance from 7-11PM! We’ll have dancing upstairs with a caller/dance instructor with everything from line dancing to swing, games downstairs, and yummy snacks to munch on throughout the evening.
The barn is featured in the picture above, and will definitely be one of the nicest barns you will have the pleasure to dance in. There’s something for everyone and it’s a great opportunity to hang out with friends and meet new people.
The cost is $7 at the door and all proceeds go to Riley Children’s Hospital. If you can drive and have extra seats in your car, please come to Campus House at 6:15PM so our freshmen and international students can come as well.
Please sign up by the chalkboard at Campus House, so we can get an idea of how many drivers we will need.
If you have any questions, or would like to help make snacks for Barn Dance, please contact Dana: email@example.com
We’re heading to Southern Indiana for a few days of enjoying the outdoors and the fall weather. The registration fee covers all meals and transportation, as well as all the activities.
Some of the things on the agenda include:
- Music and Teaching
- Zip Lines
- Mountain Biking
- Photo Scavenger Hunt/Trip to Louisville
- Frisbee, Games, and More…
Date: September 16, 17
Where: Trader’s Point Christian Church (carpooling from PCCH)
Register: Sign up by the chalkboard at PCCH
Contact: Wes (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Take advantage of a chance to escape campus on a mini overnight road trip to Indy. The retreat is completely free and includes dinner and breakfast, as well as a time of worship and teaching on Friday, followed by games and a volleyball tournament.
This event is a perfect time to connect with other Campus House students and staff while getting away from the busyness of campus.
You can sign up by the chalkboard and reserve your spot.
Date: Friday, August 19th from 9-11pm
Where: Campus House Parking Lot
Contact: Sally, email@example.com
Friday Night Preview is a great chance to meet up with other Campus House students and get to know the staff.
There will be popcorn, cotton candy, snacks, and vintage movie previews projected on the side of the building all evening. We hope to see you there as we kick off the 2011-2012 school year!
Campus House is heading back to the hills this Spring Break! It is a week-long getaway full of mountain hikes, bonfires, outdoor activities and spiritual retreat. We will be staying at The Smoky Mountain Christian Village in beautiful Pigeon Forge, TN.
There will be many opportunities to connect with people throughout the week during various planned outings including:
- White Water Rafting
- Horseback Riding
- A hike up to the highest peak in the Smokies
- Trips to Knoxville and Gatlinburg
The evenings will also include worship, teaching, small groups, and plenty of time for games and late-night talks.
Register at www.pcch.org/springbreak
Timoteo Sports Bottle Fundraiser
When: Happening now through March 27th
Contact: Sally (firstname.lastname@example.org)
In and effort to raise funds for Timoteo, Campus House has printed water bottles for students to collect change and donations. Bottles are available in our lobby, and need to be returned on Sunday, March 27th. You get to keep the bottle!
Timoteo was created to reach out in love with the Gospel to the many at-risk male youths of the Kensington community through football. The leadership team placed Christian men who are actively involved in a local church on the teams as coaches to be examples and father figures to the youth.
The hope was that the youth would connect with Christ and then become a part of a local church. Timoteo was not created to drag kids into a church building but rather to serve them, spend time with them, hang out, and provide the gospel in their context, while doing something that they love to do – play football.