The Primary Gathering of CCF
The Friday Night Fellowship
The Friday Night programs are the heart of the UWCCF and the primary way that we gather as a campus ministry. When people refer to CCF, the Friday Night fellowship is what most people are usually referring to. We gather on Fridays to worship God, read and study the scriptures together, pray for one another, and spur each other on in our faith as a large group. We meet on Fridays at 7:00pm at RCH 301. Check here to see this week’s details.
Friday Night Groups
Small Groups (SG)
Small Groups are where we do many of the activities during the Friday Night programs. We start every program together as a large group and then split into small groups for certain activities. Everyone who comes to CCF is put into a small group for the entirety of the term. Inside our SGs we study the word of God together, hold each other accountable, and grow in community with each other. SGs remain consistent over the course of each term dependent on attendance. This is a link to our small group and discipleship group vision document.
If you want to be put into a Small Group please talk to one of the committee members on Friday Night or send us an email.
Accountability and Discipleship
Discipleship Groups (DG)
Discipleship Groups are groups of 4-6 people of the same gender that meet outside of the regular CCF Friday programs for times of accountability and discipleship. This is the space for sharing about the most challenging things in our lives and for a group of brothers or sisters to walk with you consistently throughout the term. For the duration of the Fall term, discipleship groups are encouraged to go through the book of Matthew. This is a link to our small group and discipleship group vision document.
If you want to be put into a Discipleship Group please talk to one of the committee members on Friday Night or send us an email.
First Year Cell Group
Frosh Cell is specifically for first year students entering into the University of Waterloo. It is a ministry where frosh can meet others in their year, be integrated into CCF, but most importantly, be challenged together to take their faith seriously. Frosh Cell runs almost as a mini-fellowship within the CCF with bible studies and programs held once a week during the Fall and Winter school terms. Our hope is that those who attend Frosh Cell would also find CCF as their fellowship home. Frosh Cell meets… We’re still trying to figure that out.
If you have any questions about Frosh Cell, please contact Samuel Siu (Committee overseer of Frosh Cell) or email us.
Calling to God Together
At UWCCF we believe in the power in prayer and in God’s calling for us to be a people of prayer. As a leadership, we are regularly in prayer for all the events and people of CCF. We’re still confirming these details as well.