Connections with Impact

Meet and Munch gatherings at both campuses provide college students a chance to connect and share.

This fall, the Quest College Ministry is connecting college students to God and to each other through the Quest College Shuttle and our Meet and Munch gatherings.
These initiatives provide opportunities for students to connect (while enjoying refreshments), give prayer requests, and discover practical application of the sermons to their lives on campus. It’s also worth noting that since the start of the fall semester, the Quest College Shuttle has transported 112 riders from seven colleges: Rutgers, NJIT, Montclair State, Seton Hall, Drew, Fairleigh Dickinson, and William Paterson. 

The shuttle program continues to expand as the demand to pick up college students for our worship services increases. Your continued giving will allow us to make sure that every student who wants this opportunity can have his or her needs met.
The Quest College Ministry continues to be intentional about incorporating activities that are fun, engaging, and interactive in an effort to foster and develop authentic friendships among students and volunteers.

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Angela Maceda

Quest College Director at Christ Church


Quest exists to reach, love, and serve both students and young adults by creating an environment that offers a genuine encounter of God.

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