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Gateway's College Ministry is designed to engage college-aged individuals (ages 18-24) with the life changing message of the Gospel.  Through a weekly life group for individuals in this age range and other small group studies, college students have an opportunity to grow in their understanding of the Word of God and how it changes their lives.  In addition, college students have the unique opportunity at Gateway to be welcomed into and immersed in the life of the entire church. There are many opportunities to connect with families, as well as to find places to serve and make a difference. Seth Rhodebeck (one of Gateway's elders) and his wife Megan oversee the college ministry.
College students having an opportunity to share with the congregation about their mission trips

  
WEEKLY SCHEDULE:
Life Group ~ Wednesdays, 7 p.m.  
Join other college-aged individuals each Wednesday evening in the home of Seth & Megan Rhodebeck for a fun evening of snacks, games, fellowship, and discussion of Scripture.  Each week during the Bible study time, the group reviews the Scripture from the Sunday morning sermon and talks together about how we live out the truths we are learning.
  
Men's Bible Study & Accountability Group ~ Fridays, 12 noon
College-aged men are invited to Seth's home for a weekly men's group for going deeper in Bible study, encouragement, and accountability.  The guys study a book together in this group.  Presently, they are working through The Masculine Mandate by Richard Phillips.

Bible Study & Worship With Adults ~ Sundays, 9 and 10:30 a.m.
We believe college-aged individuals benefit from relationships with older adults as well.  As such, instead of offering an additional Sunday morning college-only Bible study, all of our adult Bible study groups are open to college-aged individuals and are eager to welcome you into their groups.

In addition, Gateway partners with the Baptist Campus Ministry in Montgomery to provide college students with mission trips tailored to a collegiate schedule and needs.

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