Colonial College (C2) is Colonial's ministry to college age students primarily located in the Raleigh-Durham area. From campus outreach to small group discipleship, our activities and meetings are motivated by the gospel. We are committed to making disciples, who not only have a deep love for Jesus, but who also care about his church, and carry out his mission to the lost.
C2 meets Sundays at 11am in the chapel. We have a time of student led worship as well as Bible teaching from Ben Davey (college pastor).
The most important aspect of our ministry at C2 is our Discipleship Groups. Our Discipleship Groups exist to connect each student with a small group of believers for encouragement, growth, and positive accountability. We focus on finding joy in Christ, giving our lives to His church, and going into the world to make disciples. While our monthly events and weekly worship times are great for fellowship, there is no greater place to foster genuine and intentional relationships than in small groups, so we encourage everyone to make this a part of their lives. Our groups consist of 3-6 students and they meet on various days throughout the week depending on work/class schedules. The first Tuesday of every month all of the small groups join for a combined dinner and meeting at Colonial.
If you would like to join a small group, or simply would like more information, contact Paul Lofquist.
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We're pleased to announce the addition to our staff of Paul Lofquist, our new Director of College Ministries. Paul and his wife Summer were both born in Utah. Paul's family moved to the Midwest - living both in Indiana and Michigan. Summer grew up in Utah before moving away to attend college. Since their wedding, Paul has been working in corporate America while completing his education. Paul and Summer have two sons - Micah, 7, and Austin, 4. Paul recently completed his MA in Biblical Studies from Piedmont International University in Winston-Salem. They are thrilled for the opportunity to impact lives of college students in the Triangle area. They have a desire to see our current students grow in their walk with the Lord, and see the lost and searching students of surrounding campuses come to a saving faith in our Savior, Jesus Christ.