CCF this week
Wednesday (Sep 3)UTSU Clubs Fair (10:00am)
Friday (Sep 5)BBQ and Games @ Queen's Park (5:30pm)
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We're a group of friends at the University of Toronto St. George Campus who are interested in pursuing Jesus Christ and learning more about Him through Bible study and fellowship.
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We've started to plan some of our events for this summer, hopefully starting around June! Because we don't have all of our awesome small group IG and ministry leaders here, summer CCF is going to be a lot more casual.
Finally, if you guys have any suggestions for what you want to do, let us know!
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Men's ministry aims to create a comfortable space where we can be open and honest with one another in our journey of faith, regardless of where we're at. In live's ups and downs, we believe that the gospel all sufficient and reveals to us the realness of God. Through scripture, prayer, and open discussion, we try to discover this gospel as a community.
Women's Group is a place for the ladies of the fellowship to come together to delve into life, and the way in which God works within us individually and as an entity. We strive to meet the needs of the females through programs which include sharing and prayer, but ultimately, we want to use this ministry as a providence of space in which we can explore different means of encountering God as females. We meet weekly on Tuesdays from 7:30-9:30pm. Contact us below if you're interested in joining us!
For those of us who discover, connect, and hear our Father best through music, worship ministry is our meeting ground. We meet not only to play music together, but share and pray together. though music is one thing we share in common, as believers, Christ is what allows us to come together as a family, and especially so as a band. Join us as we break bread, live life, sing, play, and (re)discover the love of Christ as a body through the beautiful gift of music.
Sports ministry is a space to live out our purpose as God’s image-bearers through sports. In everything we do, every game we play, we strive to live out what it means to be a follower of Christ, through means of support and encouragements during the time spent together. We dedicate time during our weekly meetings to play sports (mostly basketball and volleyball) as well as spending time in prayer.
AV ministry seeks to provide CCF large group a means of communication and flow to the program. We try to minimize problems that may become obstacles or distractions. The ministry is an opportunity for CCF to learn use new skills to serve God and the fellowship.
Outreach ministry provides an opportunity for our fellowship to show God's love through serving the local community. This year we have been helping out with the afterschool kids program at St Felix Community Centre. Additionally, we take time to reflect and pray so that we are reminded that our service is done for God.
Prayer Ministry is a space dedicated to encountering God and encountering the lives of our brothers and sisters on a level beyond the surface. We meet twice a week: first, to be decided for the 2014 Winter term, and second, on Fridays before fellowship (5pm @ KP113). As we regulate prayer into our lives through letting ourselves be prayed for and praying for others, we come to learn what it really means to be transformed through prayer and to be walking together as brothers and sisters in Christ. We invite you to join us in these prayer meetings and step into a more personal type of fellowship.
If you'd like to get in touch with any of our ministry leaders, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll put you in touch with the right person.
As a recognized campus group on the University of Toronto St. George campus, we are governed by our group consitution which can be found [ here ]. Our group goals and purpose are executed by the annually elected executive committee. Here's this year's committee:
Richard is a fifth year (fourth plus PEY) chemical engineering student. He has a conviction of carrying and supporting the entire fellowship with his boulder shoulders. You can only earn his respect if you can beat him 1v1 in basketball.
Dawn is a fourth year. Her two main areas of study are words and people-watching. Stories, tea, fruits, and pie are her thing. She is a jack-of-all-trades, a trait required to fill in the gaps left by committee, and makes sure that the leaders of the fellowship are well-fed and happy. You will win a shout-out if you can make eye contact with her on campus.
Evaine is a fourth year linguistics and neuroscience student. When she is not at school, she is either listening to kpop or watching Korean dramas. As large group coordinator, Evaine is the main representative of the fellowship every Friday night, and makes sure everything goes smoothly. And no, she's not 12 years old.
Jeffrey is a third year psychology and neuroscience student. As part of his third year’s resolution, he is working towards being the manliest man for all of CCF. Jeff is widely known for having a bottomless pit-like stomach for dessert. Take him out to a buffet and see for yourselves.
Simeon is a fourth year biomedical systems engineering student, who really likes his froyo and pumpkin spice lattes. As social coordinator, Simeon makes sure that everyone at UTCCF feels warm and fuzzy inside, and plans external events including Fall and Winter retreats. On off-days, he can be found homeworking (yes, really!), coding, or doing nerdy sciency stuff.
Jesse Tan is a second year sociology student and a lover of all things matcha. He is the outreach coordinator for the fellowship and helps members find opportunities to share the Gospel. In his free time, you can find him playing with his dog, trying to out-deadlift Richard in the gym, or catching up on the latest manga, and other Asian stuff.
Aaron is a third year electrical and computer engineering student. He has a new found interest for karaoke and singing songs. His passion for organization and managing finances allows him to be the most thorough secretary/treasurer. During his free time, he enjoys watching Action or Comedy movies, animes, and TV shows.
We'd love to talk to you. Join our Facebook group or shoot us an email. We also hold office hours every week, at our clubhouse office.