Kharis on Campus translates as 'Grace on campus' it is a zealous and passionate Historical Christian society opened to all faiths and background.
We aim to teach about the gospel in an unconventional and dynamic way, we aim to embed the Word of God into the history of key people (revivalists) like William Tyndale an English scholar who risked his life to translate the bible from English to Latin. We will be like a Christian history seminary centre we will be discussing the works of revivalist and saints of old revisiting their works and how some were successful in spreading the gospel and how some failed.
We have a passion for young people, and we emphasise on teaching young people how to use their time and energy to benefit others and the community.
We study and take example from revivalists that were in university so that our meetings can be relevant to young people.
We meet once a week to discuss the works of a chosen revivalist and relating it to the bible and how it can be applied in this day and age.
Our meetings will have free refreshments and one to one support called 'I am my brother’s keeper' which encourages members to fellowship with others, to check up on each other and pray & support one another.
Kharis on Campus will be a place where Christians and non-Christians can fellowship and learn about Christianity in a different way by learning about the great works of other revivalist/saints and what they were able to accomplish, we believe it will be encouraging and empowering to study the great works that these revivalists have accomplished, it will be truly motivating for their Christian walk.