Our Student Conference will be held at Milligan University on July 31-August 4. Cost is $195, but if you’re interested in going send Mike an email ASAP and we will likely be able to scholarship part of the cost. It’s a great week – let us know if you’re interested so we can sign you up soon!
Our welcome back Ice Cream Party will be Sunday, August 22 from 8-10pm. Come join us for free ice cream and the best welcome back party on the block. We’ll have some fun giveaways and games, so bring a friend (or brand new roommate) and join the fun.
During the semester, we’ll have free coffee, tea, and snacks for any ETSU student who drops by the Campus House from 1-3pm on Mon-Friday. We’ve got plenty of space to spread out and study (or just hang out), so come bum the WiFi and enjoy some fresh made pour over coffee from our friends at the Coffee Company in Elizabethton.
Every Tuesday during the semester, the Campus House hosts a free lunch for the ETSU community from 11:30 to 1:30pm. Drop by the Campus House whenever you get a break from class and enjoy a free meal and casual place to hang out and build community.
Immerse is our weekly Wednesday night gathering. For Summer ’21 we’ll continue meeting in person, and it’s a pretty laid back environment with more of a small group vibe. Grab some takeout and meet us at the house at 6:30pm. We’ll eat together, hang out, and have a conversation based on a short reading from a good thinker. Planning on starting college this fall? Come get a jumpstart on forming community and get to know some other ETSU students. Newcomers are always welcome.
In the fall we’ll gather on Wednesdays at 7:00pm and Immerse will have the elements of a worship gathering – we’ll sing, discuss a piece of Scripture, celebrate communion, and pray. Join us beforehand at 6pm and we’ll feed you dinner for $1.
Making friends at college can be difficult, and it is especially hard for international students. World Cafe is designed to take away some of that challenge.
Every Friday of the semester from 8-11pm international students and American students are invited to come to the Campus House for games, snacks, and conversation.
Often, someone will give a presentation on their country, be it Nepal, Brazil, or Burundi. Even if geography isn’t your strong suit, you are invited to join this multi-cultural event!
Small groups are a great place to connect, learn, and grow deeper in your faith. Our schedule changes with each semester, so check here for the latest information.
We believe prayer is vital to the life of every Christ follower. You can pray anywhere and everywhere. And even though you can always pray on your own, we think it’s important to pray as a community. If there’s a way we can pray for you specifically, we have a team who prays every day for our campus and community. To submit a prayer request, click here.