Meagan Hathaway, Junior

Meagan connected with Campus House as a freshman and has since become an integral part of this community. Meagan serves as a House Group leader and spends time at the front desk a few days a week to greet visitors who come through the lobby.

Campus House has been—and continues to be—a catalyst of my faith journey. One aspect that I have valued the most about our church community is the honesty and openness threaded through all my conversations. Being able to relate to other students my age and receive guidance from the pastoral staff has propelled my faith into a new chapter. One characteristic that God has been shaping in me is patience. With the heightened sense of adversity that this year has brought, I have attempted to dodge tough circumstances and stick band-aids to aspects of life that needed true repair….God continued to instill a patient mindset and a focus on the long-term when the present was difficult. 

I have already begun to witness the impact of Campus House’s revamped presence through my time at the front desk. Students who are seeking a place to study or are curious about the newest addition to the Purdue skyline all feel welcomed. With the Greyhouse location, more and more students and community members alike feel comfortable exploring the space, even asking for tours. I see God already stirring community and fresh purpose within Campus House.

Students gather for weekly House Groups to learn and live out the foundations of life with Jesus.
Presence Night was a community-wide evening of prayer, worship, and connection with God and one another. We also celebrated several students who professed faith in Jesus through baptism.
A third Greyhouse shop connected to the Campus House lobby welcomes 300+ people every day and provides a tangible way to show hospitality and bless Purdue's campus.

Rob Schrumpf, Lead Pastor

Embodying the Vision for Discipleship

In describing the vision for the new space, we have often used the phrase, “Kingdom Outpost”— in reference to a building on the edge of the frontier where pioneers found fellow travelers, a place of safety and rest, supplies, and training for the journey. For most, the outpost was a temporary stop-over to gather, heal, and prepare for the next part of the adventure. Here’s what that looks like this year at Campus House.


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