Freshman Family Groups (FFG)
What is FFG?
FFG, Freshman Family Groups, are one of the easiest and most common ways freshmen or new students can get involved on campus. FFG will consist of 10 small groups made up of only freshmen or 1st year students. Each group will be lead by an upper class male and female. The group will meet to have Bible studies, provide support & encouragement to one another, eat together, and do other fun activities together.
When & Where?
FFG meets weekly at 9pm on Wednesdays in various locations on campus.
How do I get involved?
You can email EB HawkinsÂ and she’ll help you get placed with family.
What if I canâ€™t meet on Wednesday nights?
There is a possibility that a family group will be meeting another time.
Remember, it is never too late to join a family.
Depth Groups (for Upperclassmen)
What are depth groups?
Depth Groups are intentional, high-commitment small groups for Upperclassmen. The groups meet off campus once a week for 11/2 to 2 hours.Â They are led by a faculty or staff person who will seek to encourage the students to go deeper in their faith.
It will be held at Crossroads Christian Church (1696 Oxford Drive Georgetown, KY 40324)
Group led byÂ Megan Redditt
Monday evenings from 8:30-9:30pm.
It will be held at Megan’s house in Georgetown.
If you would like to join Megan’s group, e-mail her atÂ email@example.com to express your interest.