Our mission is to love college students as they are, to nurture them into a relationship with Christ, and to equip them with a community mindset that will further guide them as they make life choices.
A college ministry of Northridge Christian Church. Kudzu is all about connecting with the college students of Milledgeville and spreading the love of Jesus through our community and beyond. Throughout the semester we offer ways to get involved with church, service opportunities, small groups, retreats and so much more. Of course free food is always available!
We would love for you to join us. Look around the website and come check us out during the week.
We look forward to meeting you!
Northridge Christian Church began a campus ministry in 2011 when they acquired the church from First Christian Church. Since then the ministry has been reaching out to the students of GC&SU, GMC, and CGTC. In August of 2014, the ministry was named "Kudzu", with the mission of growing throughout the colleges of Milledgeville and making an impact for Christ.
During the semester, we meet Thursday nights at 6:30 for a free dinner, and then a program including music, prayer and a talk. Retreats, recreation, and service opportunities are also scheduled throughout the semester to give students the ability to build community. Smalls groups have also been formed and provide a more intimate way for students to grow together. If you have questions, please contact Jonathan DeJesus, College Pastor. Our Campus Church building located at 555 North Columbia St.
Here are a few of the opportunities available for college students each week.
Kudzu happens Thursday nights at 6:30 with a free meal downstairs, worship & a talk upstairs on the top floor, and hangout afterwards.
Wednesday Morning Prayer is at the Campus Church and starts 7a. We worship together, separate for devotional time, and gather in a circle to pray. Coffee will be provided.
We have several opportunities for students to connect with groups of guys or girls to grow closer to Christ.
Joining a group is possible throughout the semester. Contact Jonathan DeJesus for more information.
We have several opportunities throughout the year to contribute back to our community.