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Collective, a Friday evening worship program, provides students of any denomination with a relaxed, informal opportunity for spiritual growth, social interaction, faith sharing, and of course FOOD!
This event is different from other Friday evening worship programs because it is held in people’s homes, creating a personal atmosphere where students can sing, converse and share a meal together. Hosts have included College employees as well as Kettering Health Network executives.
“I think meeting in someone’s home each week is awesome,” said Ryan Lafave, a human biology student. “I have been able to get to know so many people that I wouldn’t have before — other students, interns, employees and executives. It has definitely grown my community.”
This event is organized through the Kettering College Student LIFE department, but the discussions and worship talks are mostly student-led. Lafave explained how leading out in worship for the first time was intimidating, but people were so friendly that it became easy to read through some Bible verses and lead a discussion.
“It’s a very rewarding experience.”
Ryan Lafave, Human Biology Student
Location and Time:
April 21, 6-8pm at the Carlson Home
2408 Rossini Rd. Dayton, OH 45459