Partnering with you
We understand as parents, it is difficult enough to send your child off to school much less entrust a collegiate ministry with their spiritual well-being. It is our desire that you be informed and feel comfortable with your child's involvement in Campus Outreach and its activities.
We encourage you to explore our website. Here you will find out who and what Campus Outreach is, what we believe, our values, and so much more.
Secondly, we want you to ask any questions you may have.
Lastly, we want you to know that Campus Outreach honors your position as parents. You have made immeasurable contributions in the lives of your children and it is our desire to come along-side of you in their spiritual growth and development. We sincerely believe and hold to the God-given authoritative role that parents have with their children.
We do what we do because we love college students and specifically, your child. If you have any questions, thoughts, evaluation, or communication, we want to hear from you.
Campus Outreach Staff
Orlando Project Parent's Informational Meeting
When: Sunday, April 7 at 4:00pm- 5:00pm EST
Where: Midtown Church, 5610 North Broadway Street, Indianapolis, IN 46220
What To Expect: Light refreshments will be served, and you will have a chance to meet the Campus Outreach staff. You can expect to learn more details about the Orlando Project, hear from students who have attended in the past and are returning this summer, and also hear from parents of students who have attended. Lastly, you will be able to ask any questions you may have! Students and parents are both welcome to attend.
What is the Orlando Project? The Orlando Project is a missions and training project for college students. The purpose of the project is to help students grow in their personal relationship with Jesus Christ and to teach them how to share the good news of Christ with others. It is also designed to help build responsibility and dependability into the lives of the students. Students work jobs in the community to earn money for the summer and reach out to those with whom they work. Evening and weekends are devoted to growth opportunities such as discipleship groups, Bible study, evangelism and worship.