Campus House: COVID-19 FAQ (updated)

March 26, 2020

Is Campus House having Sunday services? 
We will not meet all together for Sunday services for the remainder of the spring semester. We are working on utilizing technology to continue living out our mission to reach, equip, and mobilize our church community.

Are Community Groups still meeting?
Community Groups will operate using technology to continue to be places of growth and community for students. Community Group members should contact their leader for details about their specific groups. If you would like to join a group, please contact Ken Liechty.

How can I get spiritual assistance? 
Our pastoral staff is still available for spiritual care. Feel free to contact one of our pastors through our staff directory for prayer and support.

Is Campus House’s building closed?
Campus House’s building is closed in accordance with the Governor’s stay-at-home order, and staff members are working remotely for the foreseeable future.

Are we still moving to our temporary location?
Yes! We are temporarily moving to the former University Church building at 320 N. Street. We will not hold gatherings there until it’s permitted and wise to do so.

How will this affect Campus House’s building plans?
Our plans to build a new home on our current footprint have not changed. At this point in time, we hope to begin demolition in April and break ground in May. If the University alters the building timeline, we will update that information here.


Is the Goodbye Sunday service April 5th still happening?
We will not have Sunday services April 5th. In place of Goodbye Sunday, we will find a way to celebrate the legacy of Campus House with students, alums, and supporters online. Stay tuned for more details.


Will the Groundbreaking Ceremony for the new House be cancelled?
At this point, we will still hold our Groundbreaking Ceremony Saturday, May 16th. This may change according to University procedures, so please check this page periodically for updates.