WHAT IS CCF?
Christian Campus Fellowship is a registered student organization at the University of Georgia that strives to follow Jesus Christ as Lord. We are a diverse group that ministers to the UGA community through Bible Studies, worship times, free meals, retreats, socials, intramurals, service projects, and small groups.
CCF exists for students - and the things we do reflect what YOU want to do. Individuals and independent Christian Churches sponsor CCF, and we reflect that heritage and Biblical orientation. However, people of all different backgrounds make up our group - and we welcome diversity! Are you looking for a place to grow spiritually? One where you will be welcomed and feel at home? If so, we invite you to try Christian Campus Fellowship.
Want to learn more about God? Do you know nothing about God but want more out of life? Has your faith become stagnant? Are you a growing, excited Christian who wants to stay encouraged? Whoever you are, we want to help you get closer to God. We know life is hard, but we also know God is good. Questions are respected and welcomed at CCF, as are all people- regardless of Bible knowledge, background, or lifestyle. Come to a place where you can be yourself and seek God in your own time, with some helpful guidance from our student leaders, interns, and staff. Come try CCF!
We're here for YOU!
CCF exists so that students in Athens have a home away from home while they're here.
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Christian Campus Fellowship Faith and Purpose Statement:
• The divine inspiration of the Old and New Testaments, which are wholly trustworthy and authoritative in all matters of faith and conduct, and reveal God’s plan for all the nations.
• One God, externally existent in three persons—Father, Son and Holy Spirit, Who is unwilling that any should perish, but that all come to repentance.
• Jesus of Nazareth as the Son of God, God manifest in the flesh, and born of a virgin. Jesus lived without sin, was crucified for our sins, was bodily raised for our justification, ascended to take His place at the right hand of God, and is coming again in Glory. It is in His name that repentance and remission of sins are to be preached to all nations.
• The personal, perpetual mission of the Holy Spirit who convicts the world of sin, righteousness, and judgment, and Who indwells believers to enable them to live holy lives, to minister to one another, and to witness concerning Christ.
• The alienation and separation of persons from God and their dependence on the grace of God manifested in Jesus Christ; in salvation through the atoning work of Christ received by grace through faith.
• The continuance of the Lord’s Supper and baptism as taught in the New Testament.
• The Church as a divine institution, essentially one upon earth as the Body of Christ, to which God has committed the message of reconciliation for all nations.
• The necessity of righteousness and benevolence on the part of all Christians, love being the primary mark of a disciple.