What is CCF?

Campus Christian Fellowship, or CCF, is a Christian campus ministry at Truman State University in Kirksville, MO. Think of it like a church made up almost entirely of college students. What we strive for – our vision – is to help college students love God with all their heart, soul, mind and strength. How we want to reach that – our mission – is by creating an environment of real community, worship and truth for the glory of God and the building up of others. CCF is a nondenominational organization and it is comprised of people from nearly all denominations.

We have main services twice a week. Midweek, which happens on Wednesday nights at 7pm during the school year, is a casual worship experience that includes music and teaching and that serves as a place to connect with God and with friends during the busyness of the academic week. We have two Sunday morning services to accommodate the number of students, taking place at 9am and 10:30am. These are our more church-like services, which include music, teaching, offering, and communion weekly. All our services are held on campus, currently in Violette Hall 1000, making for the least threatening, most familiar feeling and most convenient opportunity for you to learn about CCF and pursue God with us.

For even more information about CCF, you can download a copy of our CCF Handbook.

Where is CCF?

Services are on Wednesdays at 7pm and on Sundays at 9am and 10:30am in Violette Hall 1000. We welcome you to join us for worship anytime.

You can contact us by emailing any of the staff. Or drop by the CCF House at 1010 S. Halliburton Street. It is at the corner of Halliburton and Randolph street. Take Randolph one block east off campus from Blanton Nason Brewer Hall. You can almost always find at least one staff member at the house any week day between 9a-5pm. Our offices are upstairs. 

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