Stacy Anderson

Lawrence Christian Fellowship is a student-led campus community of Christian students and faculty working to glorify God and to serve the Lawrence campus. The group draws men and women from diverse areas of study, extracurricular pursuits, and church backgrounds and traditions. As they participate in LCF activities and local churches, these individuals find unity around the person and purposes of Jesus Christ.
LCF often plans one-time events, like a root beer kegger, movie night, prayer vigil, campus outreach speaker, or Christmas party. The core of the fellowship, however, comprises committed, dorm-based small groups (meetings TBA) and a large-group worship community (Wednesdays, 9 p.m., Riverview Lounge).
Small group members meet regularly, and sometimes spontaneously, to study scripture, pray, and just hang out. Wednesday’s worship service, on the other hand, might include opportunities to sing contemporary praise songs and old hymns, to hear a guest speaker (usually a local pastor, a student, or a faculty member), and to pray even more-with 50 other people. Christians and non-Christians are encouraged to attend any and all LCF events, whether joyfully worshipping or just visiting.
Each LCFer chooses the level and breadth of his involvement in the community, with various results! See below or watch around campus for news of beginning-of-the-year activities. For interested students, new or returning, there are many opportunities for ministry on existing teams or in starting something new.
With a strong bond of fellowship-while always welcoming, changing, and growing-LCF serves as a haven and framework to minister to and equip individuals. The people of LCF challenge each other to grow closer to God, to love and to work in whatever situation each is living. And the group expects God to work in and through them, as well.
For more information, or to be added to the LCF email list, contact James Hall, Christie Herold, or Professor Ken Bozeman. LCF’s webpage is LCF is a chapter of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, an interdenominational organization reaching college students around the world.