In-person Bible study. Worship and prayer in community. Ziplining, canoeing, hikes, and plenty of space for laughter and reflection with one another in beautiful camp settings. These were the hallmarks of end-of-the-year InterVarsity Chapter Focus Weeks and Chapter Camps across the country in years past.
As with so many things, the pandemic’s disruptions have changed our perspective and made us appreciate these moments even more. And as we enter the summer, many InterVarsity chapters are eager for the chance to gather in-person again for these kinds of retreats.
Over the past couple weeks, three campuses got to do just that.
Students Study Scripture, Draw Closer to Jesus
“Fun will be having community after a year of not being in-person!” said campus minister Daniel Glaeser.