September Missions Highlight:
Robin Bolash, InterVaristy at Meredith College

InterVarsity at Meredith:
Places for our small groups to meet that meet the COVID guidelines on campus (this is currently our biggest challenge)
Getting new students connected to Small Groups
For students to say YES to our one-day “Retreat” on campus on September 18.

InterVarsity Black Campus Ministry at NCSU:
For students who have come to the first 3 outreaches to continue to come to the weekly BCM Bible study on campus.
For the Lord to raise up new student leaders so this work can continue and grow

With the limits and restrictions on campus, we are having to “reinvent” everything we do. Our most successful events happen when we can provide a space to gather off but near to campus … and free food. If anyone wants to sponsor one of these outreach events ~ paying for an ice cream social or dinner out for a small group gathering ~ please get in touch!

Rich Benson
Paraclete Mission Group

Robin Bolash | Ministry Update
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at Meredith College 

John + Janie Farwell | Ministry Update
Athletes in Action

Brian Mann | Ministry Update
Greek InterVarsity

Laura Prewitt
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship | Graduate & Faculty Ministries | NC State University

Terri Shell | Ministry Update
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

Wright Wall


Rwanda Partnership – Apostles maintains a partnership with the Gikomero Parish in Rwanda to foster deep relationships for the furtherance of the Gospel and mutual growth in Christ.  To learn more about our Rwanda Partnership Team please contact Emily Smith {elynnmoore4@gmail.com}.

Ukraine InterVarsity College Ministry {CCX is the Ukrainian name for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship} – The mission of CCX-Ukraine is to give every Ukrainian student an opportunity to hear the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to help those who accept it to live by its principles.

Potter’s House Association– Annually in the summer, Apostles has commissioned a team of students and adults to work with the staff at Potter’s House Association (PHA) to serve the Treasures (individuals and families) who live in the dump communities in Guatemala City and in a very poor, dry rural area near the eastern border of Guatemala called Chiquimula. Potter’s House works within these communities to foster family development, education, health and nutrition, micro-enterprise, and community development. More importantly, PHA seeks to serve the spiritual, mental and physical needs of the Treasures through a Christ- centered, biblically-based approach. Learn more about the heart and history of Potter’s House.