Christian Life Communities (CLCs) are intentional student groups built on the pillars of faith, community and mission. Participants desire to deepen their awareness of self, others and God. Groups meet weekly for conversation, reflection and prayer, taking pause together in sacred space.
CLC Community Meetings
Come and see who we are at a CLC community meeting/interest session on Wednesday, September 21st at 7:00pm in Wolfington Hall. CLC community meetings are open to ALL interested students (freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors), past Koinonia members and CLC leaders. The community meetings will consist of prayer and reflection (30 minutes) and hospitality/community (30 minutes).
Small Group Formation
Groups are made up of 8-10 students, with student leaders supporting as facilitators. There are freshmen groups, sophomore groups, sophomore/junior/senior groups, and senior groups. Small groups will begin meeting the first week of October.
Weekly meetings are one hour, and flow through these elements: opening prayer (music, meditation, poem or scripture), personal check-in, focus exercise, reflective sharing and closing prayer.
Regardless of where you are on your faith journey, you are encouraged to join CLC. All participants have a unique spirituality. Students of all faiths traditions and backgrounds are welcome.
CLC is rooted in the Christian faith, with a rich tradition of Ignatian spirituality. Living gospel values through friendship is at the heart of the program.
Contact Jaclyn Newns, Campus Minister for Christian Life Communities, at email@example.com or 610-660-1038 with any questions, ideas, concerns or desires.