Collegiate Christian Fellowship Holds Barn Dance
Campus group holds annual harvest event.
11.08.2008 – EUGENE, Ore., Nov. 10, 2008 – Collegiate Christian Fellowship (CCF),
in partnership with Food For Lane County, is holding its 3rd annual Barn Dance on
Saturday, Nov. 22, 2008. At 6:30 p.m., the barn dance will start off with festivities,
including food, games and line dancing!
CCF is the college group at First Baptist Church of Eugene. CCF chose to benefit
Food For Lane County at the event because they support the needs of the local
“Because we are a Christian group on campus, we strive to give back to those in
need in the community, especially around the holidays,” says Kaela Lee, the Trinity
House manager. Trinity House and Alpha Omega House are two co-ops owned by
First Baptist Church, which are involved with CCF.
Refreshments for the event will be provided by CCF Breakdown Community Groups,
which are small group Bible studies that meet on campus and downtown. They
foster intimate learning environments for college-age people.
Throughout the evening there will be line-dancing lessons early in the evening so
everyone can participate. Last year, 100 people enjoyed an evening of exciting
entertainment. In 2007, more than 100 pounds of canned food were donated to Food
For Lane County from the event. The goal this year is to be able to provide 250
pounds of food to the organization to alleviate the shortage in donated food caused
by the economic crisis.
For more information about the CCF Barn Dance, Breakdown Community Groups,
Trinity House or Alpha Omega House, please visit http://www.ccfeugene.com.
About Collegiate Christian Fellowship
CCF is a dynamic and unique community committed to helping college-age people
from all walks of life know and grow in Jesus Christ. Sponsored by First Baptist
Church of Eugene, CCF is a place where healthy relationships can be made, new
friendships can be found, and a growin