Get Involved

To start getting involved, click here to fill out our BCM Golden Eagle card and a student leader will follow up with you!

 

Weekly Opportunities

7x5 Common Ground Promo

Common Ground @ The BCM :: Tuesday Nights @ 8PM 

Find Common Ground Tuesdays @ 8PM at the BCM building across from Cooper & Dunn dorms and the Stem Center. Common Ground is a movement of college students gathering to  Follow Jesus, Find Community, & Change The World!

 

Soul Food

IMG_4896 (1)Soul Food Café  ::  Thursdays @ 11AM

We know you’ll get hungry in college and you’re on a budget! That’s why we have a $1 lunch each week…it’s free your first time! Come satisfy your hunger for some home cooking and hear a short devotional provided by a local church. Jesus said, “Man does not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes from the mouth of God.”
(Matthew 4:4)

 

The Portico

 

The Portico, Freshmen and Transfer Community Groups

Thursdays @ 7PM in the Fall Semester

The Portico is a fall semester opportunity on Thursdays at 7PM in the BCM for all freshmen and transfer students.  Every new student wants to connect, belong, and journey together during your days in college.  The Portico is that place!  Come, connect, and discover community centered in Christ.

Kaleo Communities

Kaleo Communities

Kaleo Communities are small groups who gather weekly for a time of community, Bible study, prayer, accountability, and living Gospel-centered lives together.  For more information on how to connect to a Kaleo community, drop by the BCM.

 

BCM Sign with Students

The BCM building is on campus and open M-F 8AM-10PM

The BCM building is open to students from 8AM until 11PM.  The “B” is a place for students to find community, study, use the wifi, meet with staff, chill on the couches between classes, shoot pool, play ping pong, enjoy some coffee, or serve. The building is on campus across the street from Cooper & Dunn Residence Halls at 106 W. 7th Street.

If you have more questions contact us or check out these FAQ!

 

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