SC United is our all college gathering, where college students from many different schools… gather two times each semester, united together, as one Body, to seek Jesus together…to remember and refuel on who He is… and on what He has done… to be encouraged and strengthened by what He is doing in our colleges… and then ultimately to be sent out from our united gathering to live out in word and deed His Good News to our campuses, our city, our nation, and to the nations. So gather with us each month as we worship God together and are given vision and encouragement on being what we are: disciples who are in awe of Jesus and are making disciples of all nations.
Why doesn’t Summit College meet weekly?
We do have a weekly large group gathering. It is called "going to church." No really, because of the great amount of good campus ministries and their weekly gatherings, we don’t feel like we need to add another mid-week "large group" gathering to compete. We love the weekly campus ministry gatherings, and know that many of our students are invested in those. We want our students to see going and serving in church as their "large group" gathering for Summit College. And, our Summit College movement is more geared towards organic and informal relationships that develop as you do life with people on campus.
SC UNITED Dates
- September 11
- January 29
- March 18
Check out the Event Calendar for upcoming events.
Other College Events
Each Summit campus has College Connection lunches during weekend services throughout the semester. Look for more information at your campus.
“The physical presence of other Christians is a
source of incomparable joy and strength to the believer.”
We believe this quote from Bonheoffer is right on. Discipleship and growth in knowing Christ truly happen in relationships. Many of our students are invested in campus ministry small groups. We love that they are, and if you are a part of a campus ministry, we encourage you to stay or get invested in one of their small groups. Discipleship and growth happens in relationships!
- If you are NOT involved in a campus ministry, fill out this brief interest form and we will follow up with you to get you plugged into community at your campus.
Jesus was a servant, and modeled humble service to his disciples and his followers. The perfect example is in John 13, where he washes the disciples feet. We want our college students growing as "humble servants" to our church and the community.
There are many ways that college students can serve our church and community. From helping in SummitKids to mentoring at-risk students in local schools.
“All authority has been given to me.
Go therefore and make disciples of all nations…
and I will be with you… to the end of the age.”
Jesus has invited us into his global mission. Hundreds of college students from RDU have joined his mission at their school, their city, the nation, and the world.
Each summer, we send many college students to specific mission fields all over the nation and the world through our City Project or Second City programs.
Each year, we also send many college graduates to specific mission fields as a part of our 2 year teams.
Check out more information in our Go Now section.