What exactly does Manna Christian Fellowship do? Simply, we are a non-denominational chaplaincy at Princeton University that seeks to develop and engage a Gospel Worldview. Here are some highlights:
Manna Large Group is one of our main events, complete with worship, teaching, and fellowship after the service. This year, we will be studying the book of James.
Manna has five small groups at various points during the week (one per class year and one geared toward outreach to the larger Princeton community.) Stay tuned for specific times and locations!
Prayer Meetings: We engage in corporate prayer through daily prayer meetings, usually hosted by students, in order to build unity and foster fellowship while bringing our concerns before God.
Discipleship: These are life-on-life relationships, with both students and staff participating.
Discipler: someone who helps another student become more like Christ and to grow in their relationship with God.
Disciplee: someone who wants to be intentional about their spiritual growth and to have another student support and guide them through that process.
And much more! Feel free to email any one of us to get more information about our unofficial and often-spontaneous hangouts, pick-up basketball games, and other forms of fellowship.