Click on READ MORE to learn about a few opportunities to connect with our students. We hope to connect with you. As an ecumenical ministry, the Campus Christian Community has several supporting churches and two denominations who provide us with a signific... read more

September has been a month full of growth for the CCC! With everyone back in Fredericksburg after the summer, the CCC kicked off the new semester with a cookout! It was a nice way to spend time catching up with old friends and meeting new students. All en... read more

On Friday September 29th a group of students headed off for the annual fall retreat! We went to Virginia Beach and stayed with a student’s grandparents. It was nice to get away from campus for the weekend and spend time with friends. Friday night we pla... read more

We had Fort Night at the CCC, where we built a huge blanket fort and played games! I had a blast building the fort, and an even better time playing games inside of it. We split into two teams and played Heads Up, where we took turns guessing which song ti... read more

February has been busy! We had a Winter Olympic themed table talk, where we played trivia, had a donut eating contest, and played winter charades. It was an exciting night, and a much needed break from home work. We also had YAV (young adult volunteers) a... read more

The semester is flying by and I can’t believe it is already February! This semester we have continued our Bible study of the book of John, led by our awesome intern Jen! It has been a neat experience having a change of pace with how Bible study is run. ... read more

The semester is off to a great start! On January 17th we had club carnival, where we got to meet a lot of students and promote the CCC. I enjoyed meeting new students, and briefly catching up with our returning members. The following day we had a Throwbac... read more

Join us as we participate in Relay For Life to help race money for the American Cancer Society. Who do you know that’s been diagnosed with cancer? Maybe it’s a friend, classmate, teacher, or parent. What would you do to help them? This disease affects... read more