Apart from the day-to-day, drop-in discipleship culture, the Student Y accomplishes its vision by means of many activities that include programs, projects, and events. They aren’t set in stone, but change as we innovatively try to connect with the real needs of the context. That said, the following would be an example of our core programs:
Hub exists to equip student to live as sent people to bless our broken world. It is a weekly meeting [Fridays, 5:30-7:30pm] where we eat a meal together, engage a topic around tables, and challenge ourselves to live out the implications of the gospel for life, leadership and service.
Pods are small groups that seek to build community and come to terms with the gospel of the kingdom as found in the biblical story. Our Bible studies emphasise the overall storyline and implications of creation, fall, redemption, and new creation on the Christian life.
Forums are spaces where we get intentional about engaging the campus on issues relevant to the university sphere. The aim is to go out into campus, listen and give reasoned theological engagement on issues and stories.
Figs “Faculty Impact Groups” are discipline-specific fellowships that are intentional about helping students integrate their faith into the entirety of their lives, focusing particularly on their role as students of particular academic disciplines.