Chill Night is a time for students and young adults to come together and relax with others who share our faith.
WHAT IS CHILL NIGHT?
Chill Night will return in Fall 2017 at the start of the new academic year. You are invited to read our newsletter to see what events we're planning for the summer months!
Chill Night is a weekly gathering at UniLu or in the community for fun, food, and fellowship. It is a time for students and young adults to come together and relax with others who share our faith. Anyone is welcome to come out and join us Thursday evenings for a few minutes or a couple hours, whatever your schedule allows. And as a bonus most of our events are accompanied by a hot meal.
The weekly events cycle through a handful of core activities with other special events occurring throughout the year. For an up-to-date schedule of events take a look at our weekly newsletter.
Theology on Tap
Theology on Tap is meant to be a relaxed experience and so there are no strict rules for how a gathering has to go. Put simply, Theology on Tap is an opportunity to gather in a public space (a restaurant, pub, bar, etc.), around food and drinks, to discuss a wide range of topics relating to faith, spirituality, theology and daily life. Suggestions are welcome, any issue can be put on the table and talked about. There is a place for you, your thoughts, your questions—it’s all welcome here!
Bible Study & Animate Discussions
This is a time where we explore different passages of the Bible. We alternate between reading the Sunday readings and discussing broader topics highlighted by the Animate series. Either way, an engaging conversation is always key and something new is always learned. Students are invited to bring their own Bible but we have plenty to share if you don't have your own.
Once a month we the students take turns hosting dinner at one of our homes. This is a time simply for food and fellowship among other students. Hosting events outside of the church building allow us to enjoy each other's company in a more casual setting and opens the door to forming more meaningful relationships outside of Sunday mornings. You are not obligated to host a meal yourself, all we ask is that you join in our time together.