Reach College Group is a place of belonging for college-aged adults (ages 18-22) to grow as disciples of Jesus and to make disciples of Jesus, for the good of our city and the salvation of our generation.
We gather weekly to be inspired and equipped by Scripture and by one another. As we grow as disciples of Jesus ourselves, we also make disciples of Jesus on our campuses, in our workplaces, and among our friends and family.
We meet every Thursday night at 7:30 in Kirkland
127 10th St S #600, Kirkland WA 98033
We like to change things up every now and then with a game night or serve opportunity. Stay up to date by following our Instagram.
My husband Ben and I pastor our College Group community along with a handful of other incredible leaders.
Ben and I both love, and live for, making disciples of Jesus. We believe that there is no greater thrill or joy than seeing people believe in Jesus and give their lives to follow Him. We both deeply desire to see revival in and amongst college students in the greater Seattle area.
If you are a college-age student, or know someone who is, we would love to meet you and hope you’ll come by on a Thursday night to join in on what God is doing with college students in this area.
We celebrate taking risks when it comes to hearing from God and being obedient to Him—whether those risks occur during a Thursday night gathering, or out and about in our everyday lives.
We understand that taking risks will sometimes make us, or those around us, uncomfortable; but as a community we seek to create safe spaces for our friends to take risks even when it is imperfect and/or there’s room to grow.
We do not seek to be perfect, rather we seek to be obedient, honest, and transparent. We believe that vulnerability is bravery and therefore we come as we are but we are also willing to let God and our friends encourage our hearts and therefore leave differently than when we came in.
We seek to honor one another above ourselves, this means that we serve each other with love and humility. We use our words to encourage and build up, and we refrain from gossiping about one another.