Have you ever wondered what difference prayer makes? Ever thought about the many styles people have of praising God? Ever questioned where God is in a world so full of injustice and suffering?
As you juggle friends, classes, activities, UROPs, job-hunts and all that life throws at you, MIT-IV invites you to take time out of your busy schedule to recharge, focus on God, or explore these and other questions. MIT-IV is InterVarsity’s multi-ethnic, interdenominational chapter, which seeks deeper community and a better understanding of God's heart and word at MIT. We meet weekly for Bible study, worship,prayer, fellowship and other campus activities. Multiple times a year we also leave campus for retreats that give us a chance to relax and spend more time hanging out with each other and with God, or for service projects around the city to care for those beyond the campus. Come join us as we learn to grow in community with one another, learn more about God and see what transformations are possible for our world! Whether you've been reading the Bible since you were a kid, or you've just been intrigued to pick one up for the first time, we'd love to have you join us!
Meets: Mondays 6:30pm McCormick Green Living Room and Tuesdays 7pm Baker Dining Conference Room