We have ministries for college students from all around Boston, with fellowships in English, Cantonese, and Mandarin. These fellowships equip college students with a worldview to make a difference for the Kingdom. Come for fellowship time, small groups, Bible studies, guest speakers, games, and music. Also, be a part of evangelistic outreach and retreat conferences.
To get in touch regarding any program, please inquire at the Welcome Table at church, or reach out to our staff (contacts listed below).
College Ministry at Chinatown Campus
Trellis and TWIGS – English
Our campus-based small groups TWIGS meet during the week serving college students in the Fenway, Boston University, Wellesley, Harvard, and Tufts areas. These midweek small groups aim to deepen meaningful relationships and create an intimate sense of community. We also meet on Sundays for Trellis, a time of learning from God’s teaching.
Trellis (College Sunday School)
When: Every Sunday at 11:15am
Where: Chinatown Campus – Quincy Upper School Cafeteria
Contact: Minister Calvin Chu
Please email email@example.com for information on a small group near you.
Joshua 2 Fellowship (J2) – Cantonese
Life stage: Ages 18-24
J2 welcomes college students from all around Boston, aiming to encourage college students to grow in Christ, live our daily lives testifying for Him, especially within college campuses, and equip students with a Christian worldview to make a difference for the God’s Kingdom. Besides Bible studies, group discussions and workshops, we also have games, fun outdoor activities, a winter conference, and service projects to share the love of Christ in deeds to our church community and neighbors.
When: Every Friday evening at 7:30pm
Where: Chinatown Campus – Quincy Upper School Room 103
Contact: Pastor Daniel Chan
Emmanuel Fellowship – Mandarin
Emmanuel Fellowship is a mixed group of college-aged and graduate students, and young professionals. Many of our members came from Mainland China. Our fellowship aims to build up a culture of support and sharing through Bible study, exhortation, and account¬ability. The many talents of our brothers and sisters, such as vocal and music, caring, teaching, and counseling have enriched the joyful atmosphere of a loving fellowship. We also have mentoring and accountability groups to help cultivate and nurture our relationship with Christ and with each other.
When: Every Friday at 7:30pm
Where: Chinatown Campus
Contact: Pastor Andy Su
College Ministry at Newton Campus