Reformed Campus Fellowship
Reformed Campus Fellowship is a campus ministry at the Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina.
We meet each week on campus to study God’s word, pray, sing, eat, and enjoy time together. With the amount of responsibility on these cadet’s shoulders, RCF offers a place of rest from the rigors of Citadel life. We want our ministry to be a refuge where students can come and be themselves. By pointing students to the Gospel, we offer them peace and eternal rest with a Father who is always with them.
Join us Mondays from 1830-1930 in the Episcopal Lounge to hear more about this peace and the hope that we have in Christ. Contact us for more information.
Converge Student Ministries
Converge is our student ministry for ages 9-12. We don’t have a big program or a flashy event – we hang out with students, get to know them, and share with them the good news of the Gospel and how it changes everyday life. Our desire is to see these students grow in their understanding of who God is and why He is worthy of our praise.
We also want students to see that God is not simply present in our prayers (though He is) or our Sunday morning worship gathering (though He is); God is with us when we tell jokes, play games, hang out with friends, eat lunch, etc. We worship a God that wants us to have fun, enjoy life, have friendships, all while loving and worshiping Him as our Father. We are thankful that God is with us in the day-to-day, the average, the “unspiritual” parts of life. That’s why we play games, hang out, eat, sing about God, and learn about Him through His word when we get together.
Two Rivers Kids
Two Rivers’ Children’s Worship seeks to nurture and engage our children as they encounter the transforming love of their Savior. All such efforts are with the overarching goal of portraying our lovely Savior, with whom our children cannot help but fall in love with by His truths surrounding them through the Word read, creativity, music, fellowship, and community!
Two Rivers Children’s Worship is based upon four core principles. Firstly, the worship time is scripture-based. Secondly, the worship time is playful. Through free exploration and engaging of the senses, children can explore Gods’ world and His Word.
Thirdly, the worship time is relational. Through prayer (both with and for the children), mutual respect, and gentle nurturing, we seek to encourage children into meaningful relationships with the Lord and with their church family. And lastly, Children’s Worship is not just for Sunday mornings. We seek to support parents in their daily endeavors to disciple their children.