Undergraduate and graduate school years are full of expectations and hopes, of finding yourself, and of figuring out life. But more often than not, you find yourself spending late nights studying, wading through relationships, and worrying about the future. Every once in a while, you take a quiet moment to look inside and find the same questions about life gnawing away at you.
Compass Fellowship Church's student groups are places where you can come as you are. Whatever your background — whether you're new to Christianity, a follower of Christ, or are looking to give faith another try — come check us out! We welcome you (and all of your "tough questions"), and invite you to investigate what the Bible has to say about life and share life together with us through koinonia. Koinonia is a Greek word signifying deep fellowship. We hope that by journeying together through the ups and the downs of college life, through laughter, struggles, shared meals, games, long talks and Bible studies, we can experience authentic community life together. Our hope is that the fellowship we share, like a compass, can point us to the source of life Himself.
In the midst of the exciting, hectic and unique time during college, maybe you're looking for a place where you can wonder about life, find a listening ear and a place to call home on campus. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Compass Christian Koinonia @ Columbia
Fridays 7:30pm, Lerner Hall 302
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Compass Koinonia @ NYU
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NYU Worship Service
NYU GCASL Room 475
238 Thompson St.