We make sent-out disciples.
College Community Groups
Our community groups are student-led and meet every week throughout the city in order to build relationships, study the scripture, and push one another towards faithfulness in Jesus.
These small groups of 3-5 are gender specific and meet weekly to confess sin and encourage one another in the gospel. To get connected, contact our student director.
We meet at Grace Church on the first Tuesday of every month at 7pm in order to worship in song and in the preached word and to connect together as a family. Come join us!
The local church is the primary way that disciples of Jesus are made and multiplied and the gospel of Jesus is proclaimed. Whether you are in Waco for one year or the rest of your life, we desire our students to be actively involved in the life of the church—this goes beyond Sunday morning and involves committing to love and serve the church in active membership. Find out more about membership!
This year for spring break, March 11-17, we are traveling to the country of Haiti to partner with Baylor Cru and Filter of Hope. Our team will be going from village to village assisting with the work of giving out and demonstrating clean water filters for families who desperately need them! At the same time, in every home we will be offering the full gospel of Jesus Christ through our connection with local Haitian churches. If you are looking to grow in your faith and evangelism and have a heart for reaching people with the good news of the gospel, this trip is for you!
Join The Team
Students are the primary disciple-makers on campus and catalysts for the work of our college ministry. Student leaders lead community groups and discipleship groups, serving the ministry by bringing the gospel of Jesus to their campus. Every semester we accept applications for student leadership. If you are interested in student leadership, sign up here.
Students interns assist the college ministry in part-time volunteer staff roles while receiving ministry experience, coaching, and mentorship. If you are looking to develop in a specific service role in the church, pursuing vocational ministry, or simply want to serve in a more robust way, contact our student director.
If you are talented in an area of music or experienced in leading worship through song, we want to help you develop your skill in order to serve the church more faithfully and excellently. If interested, contact Carli Rude.