College Life is the college ministry of UC Davis and is a ministry of college students and post-college age mentors. It is a ministry to Jesus followers and spiritual investigators.
Our Mission: Shaping college-aged people from all spiritual starting points into complete and equipped agents of King Jesus!
Where: Before COVID-19, College Life would meet in certain lecture halls around the UC Davis campus! However, with new CDC and UCD restrictions and guidelines, we will be focusing on meeting virtually through the Zoom platform! Check out the list of events we have planned for Welcome Week and what our Weekly Rhythm looks like so you join us at our events!
What to expect: Here in College Life, we are all about community. We STRIVE for building relationships not only with Jesus but with each other. We do this through our weekly Large Groups, worship, Growth Groups (Bible Study divided by years), game nights, and so much more! This year, we expect to do this all through Zoom and we can't wait to see you there!
We encourage all students to join a Bible Study (Growth Group), which have a twofold purpose: relationship building within each other and spiritual formation through Bible study!
Weekly Events (Go to our website for the Zoom links! https://collegelifedavis.com/events/):
Monday - College Life Study Room
Tuesday - Large Group
Wednesday - Zoom and Consume
Thursday - Prayer Meeting
Friday - ~ONLINE~ Frisbee Friday
Sunday - Online Church Gathering and Study Room!
College Life Staff
- Peter Nittler (College Pastor)
Connect with us:
- Join the Facebook group: "College Life Christian Fellowship"
- Follow the Instagram page :@daviscollegelife
- Check out our website: https://collegelifedavis.com
- Download our App on the iOS App Store or Google Play: "College Life UCD"
2011-08-07 16:54:41 College life is a very friendly, welcoming and supportive community. I made many close friends in college and they helped me grow in my faith with God. —ChrisDietrich
2018-10-14 07:40:54 This page censors and edits comments which is against the Davis Wiki rules. There used to be a lot of negative comments. —ToddGlenn