Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship
What is Chi Alpha?
Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship at Indiana University is a group of college students dedicated to serving Jesus, discipling one another, and making lifelong friendships.
Even though our name is Greek, we’re not a fraternity or sorority. But if you are looking for family away from home, that’s what we are all about.
What’s important to Chi Alpha?
You’ll see it on everything: our website, our banners and our flyers. You’ll hear it in our messages and in our worship, but in case you’ve missed it, this is what Chi Alpha is about:
Real devotional life: Our desire is that every student would have a vibrant, personal relationship with God. We believe that a real devotional life is necessary to maintain a solid relationship with God. Through spending time in the Word, and communicating with God frequently, fervently, and with great faith, we can experience God and live the life we are called to live.
Real community: We are made for community! We believe that the greatest transformation occurs when we are living in real community with our fellow brothers and sisters in Christ. That is why we consider the most important part of Chi Alpha to be our Core Groups.
Real responsibility: We believe that every Christian has an outward responsibility and should play a role in global missions, relational evangelism, and justice. In Chi Alpha, we provide students with opportunities to serve on all levels.
What is Greek IV?
Greek IV is a place where you can discover what it means to be Greek and Christian. In 1992, Greek IV started one of their first chapters nationally at Indiana University with the vision to see lives transformed, the Greek system renewed and world changers developed.
Through weekly group meetings on campus, Bible studies in fraternities & sororities, and annual events like Greek Conference, Greek InterVarsity seeks to make the relevance of Jesus Christ known throughout the Greek system. We believe that God placed us at IU to reach a uniquely influential demographic of the campus and to equip them with teaching, training and resources to become leaders on campus and world changers in their lives after graduation. Greek IV strives to see student-led bible studies in each chapter at IU, so each Greek can be one friend away from a transformative relationship with Jesus Christ.
Tori and Jimmy meet with students one – on – one and in small groups throughout the week.
Greek IV also meets collectively on Wednesday nights at 7pm!