WE EXIST TO BRING COLLEGE STUDENTS TO A DEEPER KNOWLEDGE & LOVE OF JESUS CHRIST. WHETHER THROUGH WORSHIP, TEACHING, RETREATS, MISSIONS, MEALS, OR OTHER EVENTS, OUR HOPE IS TO GET STUDENTS IN RELATIONSHIPS TOGETHER AROUND THE PERSON AND TEACHINGS OF JESUS.
We believe that students must belong to the Church because the saving truth of the world is in the kind of relationship that Jesus offers to the world. This can only happen if we share life together.
Hope for abundant life is in Jesus, so we want students to believe in him as Lord. We want their decisions, thoughts and relationships to come under the leadership and wisdom of Jesus Christ, our great King.
We want students to become disciples of Jesus - making disciples, baptizing, and teaching others to obey everything he commands.
As a staff, we meet with 50-100 students per week in small group and personal meetings. As we read about how Jesus loved people, we are struck by how much he spent time with people in intimate and personal settings. We want to model that as we live out our mission. If you want to meet with any member of our staff or student leadership, please let us know. While we may not have answers for everything, we will talk about pretty much anything. We would love to help you get connected with other students, discover how your gifts can be used to serve others, or talk about the person and teachings of Jesus.
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Every Tuesday night during the school year we host a worship service for over 300 college students. With a student led worship team and Christ-centered teaching, this is often a student’s first encounter with who we are; and we are thankful for it. We get to learn about who Jesus is, what He teaches, and thank God for Him right in the middle of the UTC campus.
Our hope is that this is welcoming environment for students to learn about Jesus Christ, praise Him together, and discover what is going on in our community. Due to the fact that a large number of students come to The House, we highly encourage students to take advantage of any number of opportunities to get into smaller groups - retreats, missions, Core Groups, social events, etc.