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    CCF offers space for students to connect, worship

    Jenny McNeece

    Christian Campus Fellowship’s mission is to be a space where students can connect, both with each other and their Christian faith. 

    CCF, is a non-denominational ministry run by Preston Ratliff, campus minister; Joshua Shipman, worship leader; and Tia Ratliff, the office administrator. 

    The club is led by and is for the students of Vincennes University. 

    CCF offers a wide range of activities, including weekly worship and teaching that all happen on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays.

    The Tuesday and Thursday meetings are held at 7 p.m. at the CCF building, which is located at 102 E. Lyndale Ave., Vincennes.

    Tuesday meetings include teachings and small groups while Thursday meetings are for worship. 

    Sunday worship meetings start at 10:30 a.m. at the Jefferson Union Building, which is located on the Vincennes University campus.

    CCF is a very open club, welcome to anyone who wants to join.  

    “Our goal is to help students and serve them,” said Ratliff.

     CCF is the only campus ministry that offers housing for students at Vincennes University. The club also offers a place just to hang out and relax away from the commotion and stress of college daily life.

    Upcoming events include a Campfire Cookout set for 5:45 p.m. on Sept. 15 at the CCF building. There will be hot dogs, chips, s’mores, drinks, and a good time, leaders say.

    Also, CCF is hosting this month Lady’s and Guy’s events. 

    The Lady’s event is being held on Sept. 23. The lunch set for the Wilsten Wildlife Park in Paoli. CCF officials say more information, including the cost, time, and registration is forthcoming. 

    The Guy’s event will be a fishing trip set for Sept. 24. More details about that trip, too, will soon be available.

    For more information, see their Facebook page, “Christian Campus Fellowship, or send an email to [email protected]. Students can also call 812-882-1261.

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