Here’s a look at our church’s campus ministry, Spartan Christian Fellowship. Thanks to Barry Peterson and his guys for working on the video. And thanks to Jon, Jackie, Chip, Andrew, Vanessa, and Sneha for doing what you do.



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5 thoughts on “Spartan Christian Fellowship”

  1. Barry says:

    Many thanks to Luke Regan and the many long hours he spent editing this for us! You can see more of his work at

    Thanks also to Sovereign Hope Church in Missoula, MT for sharing your gifts with URC/SCF – May the Lord use this video to spread his glory.

  2. MarieP says:

    I confess, when I read the blog title, I thought it was going to be about the frequency and nature of our Gospel relationships ;-)

  3. Erby Lopez says:

    From one campus minister (Intervarsity/Latino Fellowship at USF, Tampa) to other working to proclaim the Gospel on university campuses, God bless! Let’s win them to Jesus for the glory of God!

  4. Last night I just watched the 1962 classic ‘the 300 Spartans’. I thought, maybe, just maybe, this would be about some sort of sword-and-sandal themed church plant.

    It’s probably for the best that it is just about your campus ministry. It sounds great.

  5. Ryan Muniak says:

    Great to see other solid campus ministries being planted. Christian Collegian Network is currently planted on 9 campuses across the nation. Our focus is evangelizing the lost and discipling the found. Much of our training is based on Living Waters and Creation Today materials. Perhaps we could link arms one day and help one another to grow and go. God bless you all!

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