WHO WE ARE
Northway College Ministry exists to Reach, Equip, and Launch college-aged students.
We want to Reach college students.
We want to get their attention, get them to visit, and get them to stay. Our goal for this ministry is to create a an environment where college students feel welcomed, connected, and have a place to call home.
We want to Equip college students.
We want students to deepen their relationships with God and His people, and we want to deepen their understanding of His desires and His Word.
We want to Launch college students.
We aim to send them out with the desire, capability, and the confidence to carry out the Great Commission in this season of life and wherever life may take them afterwards.
GET PLUGGED IN
We gather on a weekly basis in a small group setting as one of Northway’s Home Teams. In being a part of a Home Team and meeting regularly, you will have the opportunity to grow in your faith and deepen your relationships with others.
Interested in joining? Click Here to find more information!
Drawing Closer to God | Drawing Closer to People
We come together every month for a corporate college gathering we call Proximity. Proximity is an opportunity for college students to come together for fellowship, worship, and preaching from God’s Word.
If you plan on coming to any of our upcoming events, please sign up by clicking on the corresponding link!
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Meet our college pastor
Ryan and his wife Sarah both grew up at Northway, graduated from Tattnall Square Academy, and graduated from Mercer University. Ryan graduated from Mercer in 2016, and he was apart of Mercer’s inaugural football team for all four years. Throughout College, Ryan served as an intern for Northway Student Ministry, and after graduating, he served at Musella Baptist Church as Youth Pastor for over two and a half years. In November of 2018, he returned to Northway to serve as College Pastor. Ryan and Sarah have a passion for the next generation and are extremely excited to be working with college aged students in the Middle Georgia area.