We invite students to something better. Through parties, event and trips, we have lots of epic fun.
We invite students to something bigger.
We incorporate things like events, parties, and trips in order to give students a chance to connect with a larger community.
We have fun.
Whether in our PAC groups, on long road trips, or sharing a meal, we love to have fun!
We want all to feel welcome.
Whatever your background, passions, or life story, you are welcome and we want you to be here.
We love Jesus.
We do what we do because the love of Jesus changed our lives and we know it can do the same for you.
PAC groups are gatherings led by our leaders that exist to:
Pre- global pandemic, the plan was for one-of-a-kind events, epic parties, and unforgettable trips to be a cornerstone of this organization. However, in light of Covid- 19, our plans for these over the top shindigs are on hold until it becomes safe enough for us to gather in this way. Our team is strategically thinking + planning ways to host events that can be Covid- safe and still pretty darn unforgettable – so stay tuned for that!
The PAC is an organization designed to introduce college students to a God who radically loves them and will never give up on them. We meet students where they’re at in whatever walk of life they may be in, and encourage them to seek out and engage in gospel-centered community so that they may come to know Christ and experience abundant life.
The PAC is a place where students will be loved by people who’ve been radically changed by the love of Jesus. Those relationships will start through anything and everything fun we can think of (events, parties, trips, etc.) and then become more intentional over time, through conversations on couches, porches, dinner tables and more.
Our hope is that as students feel welcomed, accepted and loved by this community, they would ultimately be drawn to Jesus!
"But while he was still a long way off, his father saw him and filled with compassion for him; he ran to his son..."
The Prodigal Son is a story about a son who runs from his father and the father - out of an abundance of self- sacrificial love - pursues his son. At The PAC we believe that we all run from our Father. Paul tells us that no one is righteous; all of humanity is broken and has run away from God. But we know that's not the end of the story, Jesus is our rescuer who, "while we were still a long way off," ran out to us and brought us back into right relationship with God. And so, recognizing that all of us are lost, but found in Jesus, it's our delight to go and engage with a world who has run away from God and to tell them about their Heavenly Father who is still pursuing them.
We embrace the following truths as non-negotiable and essential to our understanding and application of the Scriptures: