Grizzly Christian Fellowship is a community of college aged individuals seeking to follow God and treasure Christ during their college years. Through Frisbee, food, Bible studies, large group meetings, retreats and everything in-between, we seek to engage each other, and campus with the good news of the Gospel. New to campus? New to Missoula? Get connected by filling out the form below.
Grizzly Christian Fellowship seeks to preach and teach the gospel of Jesus Christ in a way which motivates students to live out the gospel. The goal of GCF is to engage the University of Montana with the treasure of Jesus. GCF consists of three parts: small groups, large groups and Sundays. View more information below.
Our large group meets every Thursday at 7:00 p.m. in CHEM 123 on campus. Our Thursday night GCF includes a time of worship and biblical teaching specific to college age Christians.
GCF relies on the preached word to change hearts and mobilize Christians. To get a taste of our large group service, check out our sermon archive.
Small groups are a huge front door to our friends and classmates. They meet weekly in conjunction with our community groups in houses and dorms across campus. These are Bible studies based off of our weekend services. If you are new to GCF or Sovereign Hope, this is a great way to get plugged in initially. You can join a group below.