Our life groups are the lifeblood of our fellowship and can provide a great way to make some new friends, learn to study the Bible, and get plugged into the community of Chi Alpha! A Life Group is a small group of guys or girls (or both!) who meet weekly for Bible study and fellowship. If you are interested in being part of one of our Life Groups, you can contact one of our leaders from the list below... or just show up!


One of the best ways to learn about Chi Alpha (Greek letters XA), is to come to our large group main event, Chi Alpha Cafe. XA Cafe is informal and begins with a family dinner followed at times by heartfelt authentic worship and a brief relevant interactive teaching from the Word, or a time of open discussion on a specific topic.  We do this to give students (YOU) an opportunity to meet with God among peers and have an all-around blast celebrating Jesus. Lives are changed and God connections are made. We meet every Sunday evening throughout the semester at 7:00 pm in Humanities 203 (HSS).  We would love for you to make XA Cafe a regular part of your schedule!


At Chi Alpha we believe that communication with GOD is of the utmost importance. Prayer is one of the ways we cultivate that communication with God, and it is a necessary daily ingredient in our relationship with Him. Our desire is to follow the example left to us by the believers of the early Church in Acts 2 who “devoted themselves to the apostles teachings, to the fellowship, to the breaking of bread, and to PRAYER.” Many times we read throughout the gospels that Jesus often withdrew to lonely places to pray. So, as a community of believers we come together every week for a time of personal and corporate prayer. 

If you need personal prayer or just want to participate, feel free to come to one of our prayer meetings! We meet several times a week during the school year, so come to whichever meeting works with your schedule (or if you like, come to all of them!).


 “Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous man is powerful and effective.” - James 5:16