The Graduate group exists to minister to men and women in their post-college years as they follow God through their academic, vocational, and relational callings. We seek to develop a deeper love for Christ and a richer involvement in the life of the Church.
The Grad Student Life Group meets weekly on Thursdays at 7pm @CPC for fellowship and study. Studies will be designed to help grad students think biblically about key topics relevant to them. We want the group to engage heart and mind as we pray together, share our lives together, and help each other walk faithfully. Contact Craig for more information.
On Campus Mini-Groups
In many areas of campus, like the med school, law school, divinity school, and graduate school, we will begin small groups with the intent of providing respite from the busy yet often lonely life of a grad student. Meeting during the day throughout the week, these will include Scripture reading and meditation, prayer, and fellowship. Contact Craig to get involved in one near you.
Our church is blessed to have congregants in many fields that Graduates will enter, so these seminars will bring them together with students in that field. The goals include building multi-generational relationships, fostering a biblical worldview that is vocation-specific, and encouraging students on their journey. Stay tuned for dates and times throughout the year.
Join the church family for School of Discipleship classes, Sunday Studies, church-wide events, and work days! You can also become a leader within the Graduate Group or through other ministries at CPC. We also have the following internships available:
- Track One: General Pastoral Track, Seeking Ordination
- Track Two: Two-Year Pastoral Track with S.T.M. Degree Study at Yale
- Track Three: New England Church Planting/Renewal
- Track Four: One- or Two-Year Track Targeting Lay Ministry Within the Church Equipping for Vocation in Society
- Track Five: Part-Time Lay Church Leadership (Elder Training, etc.)
For all things related to Graduates, contact Craig Luekens.