Tuesday Night Program
Man-oh-man! We love Tuesday nights. During the academic year we meet each Tuesday at 8pm to worship together, learn about Jesus, and get to know one another. If Annex is a sandwich, Tuesday night is the jam, holding us all together and making everything sweet.
There is a lot of good stuff shared on Tuesday nights, so we do our best to make sure you don't miss out, even if you can't join us in person. You'll be able to catch up a little later in the week on our podcast (we're working on that...)
Core Groups & Small Groups
Core Groups are groups of students of the same gender and year led by student and community volunteers. Core Groups provide students with opportunities to build strong relationships with others who follow Jesus, with the hope that each member grows deeper in their faith and develops a love of God's Word and his people, and makes lifelong friends. Core Groups meet weekly (typically on Thursday nights) and are designed to stay together from the students' sophomore year to senior year.
As an introduction to Core Groups, freshmen are encouraged to join like-gender small groups (which typically meet on Monday evenings) led by Annex staff and select students.
The Annex Student Leadership Team (SALT) is a team of volunteer students that serve the Annex community by creating opportunities for others to connect. In a lot of ways, the Leadership Team is the backbone of the Annex, investing time and effort into making Tuesday nights and community events possible. SALT is a team of followers of Jesus with a desire to serve, grow in their faith, cultivate disciples, and invest in a fun-loving and meaningful community. Applications are available at the beginning of every second semester.
Find out more about Annex Student Leadership Team by reaching out to Dave Pommer.
Messenger Service Internship
Messenger Service Internship is a summer long international and domestic mission experience for Annex students. It's an opportunity to step out of your comfort zone and grow in your faith in a lasting way. Our Messenger Committee works together to discern where to place students, and Grace Commons Church and the Annex community have been dedicated to supporting Messengers through prayer and finances. Since 1989, Messenger has sent 341 students to over 80 different countries. Over the years, we've found Messenger to make the most lasting impact on a person's faith.