The Grand Rapids Community College Christian Fellowship student organization hosts weekly open meetings every week called (De)constructing theology to construct, reconstruct or deconstruct your faith.
The meetings are a place for students to meet other student believers, talk about God and faith, learn more about the Bible and explore their spirituality.
The advisers at the Christian fellowship are trying to help students go through the process of building their faith in what seems like a supportive environment, or simply listen to their problems and help them process them in a healthy way.
“This meeting is designed to be a place for students to bring questions, and we try to support them…,” said Nancy Janisch, Ministry coordinator and adviser at the GRCC Christian Fellowship. “We are not their parents or pastors, we are not here to preach, we are here to listen to them and try to think with them about their questions.”
The (De)constructing theology meetings are held from 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. every Wednesday in Cook Academic Hall, room 115.
The Christian Fellowship also organizes a meeting called “The Garden” every Monday at 6:30 p.m. at the Big Boy restaurant located at 407 Pearl St,next to the David D.Hunting YMCA.
Student from Grand Rapids Community College, Grand Valley State University and Kendall College of Art and Design get together during these Monday meetings to study the Bible.