GROW PERSONALLY IN YOU WALK WITH GOD AT THE FOOT OF THE MOUNTAIN WITH A BREATHTAKING VIEW
GET DEVELOPED INTO A SPIRITUAL LEADER, REFRESHED, PREPARED AND EMPOWERED ON FAITH ADVENTURES
LIVE IN COMMUNITY WITH GREEK STUDENTS FROM CAMPUSES ALL ACROSS THE COUNTRYAUTHENTIC FRIENDSHIPS

WHAT IS GREEK SUMMIT?

The goal of the Greek Summit is to help you develop and deepen your relationship with Christ and equip you with the tools you need to influence your chapter for Him. Greek Summit Colorado has been said to be the most amazing 10 days of your college experience!

Join fraternity men and sorority women from all over the country as we learn how to be satisfied to the fullest in our relationship with God and grow as a spiritual leader. You will enjoy terrific teaching, and training every morning, going on adventures in the afternoons or getting some downtime, fun mixers, bible studies, and some craziness in the evenings. You will make deep friendships and grow in your walk with God so that you can impact your Greek system for eternity. We will equip you to leave a spiritual legacy for Christ that will far outlast your time in college.

COST & DATES

COST

The summer mission cost is $1400. That covers your living expenses, mission fees, liability insurance, socials, three meals per week, any required activity that the mission does as a whole (mountain biking, white water rafting), etc. We will help you raise your support.

DATES

May 12-22, 2021. On Wed. May 12th students arrive between 2:00-5:00pm for registration and are free to leave the morning of Saturday, May 22nd.

DIRECTORS

Directors 2021

Brandon Boyd loves to spend time with his family and is passionate about Oklahoma State sports and college football. He joined staff with Cru after graduating from OSU in 1997. For 23 years, he has focused on reaching fraternity men. Brandon began his ministry at TCU and the past 20 years at his Alma Mater, Oklahoma State. He is a member of the Sigma Nu Fraternity. Brandon and Jennifer were married in 2001 and have two boys, Ben (16) and Ethan (14). Jen was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma at LSU and also loves working with Greeks. They love seeing students develop a deep, intimate relationship with God, and watching them help change the world with the hope of Christ!

Vince Walsh graduated from SFA. He and his wife, Autumn are currently serving on staff with Cru at Stephen F. Austin, in Nacogdoches, TX. Vince and Autumn were married in 2007 and joined Cru staff together. They have a 7-year-old daughter, and twin boys that are 5. They have huge hearts and have been investing in Greek students at SFA for over 8 years. They started a movement on campus called “Greek Wide,” and it has grown to reaching 11 IFC and Panhellenic chapters on campus. They are passionate about seeing Greek students walk with God, and use their platform to reach their chapter with the Gospel.

Ali Enos Ali was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, and graduated from LSU.  At LSU she was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta and became a Christian during her sophomore year of college thanks to a sorority sister who shared the gospel with her. After graduating from LSU with her Masters, Ali joined staff with Cru and has been on staff for over 20 years. While on staff at LSU, Ali has had a passion for sorority women and helping them to find life in Christ and leave a legacy in their sorority that will remain long after they are gone. Ali loves college football, her yellow lab, Gracie, and gardening. Summer mission opportunities are one of her favorite things about being on staff!

HISTORY OF GREEK SUMMIT

Greek Summit began with a dream by a man named Isaac Jenkins. Isaac wanted Greek students to have a place where they could come together and grow in their walks with God as well as learn how to have an influence in their fraternity and sorority houses. It began in Destin, Florida during the month of May. Not too long after that, Brandon Boyd, an Oklahoma State, and Sigma Nu alumni, wanted to do the same thing but up in the mountains of Breckenridge, Colorado. For over 14 years now, Greek students from all over the country have been coming to Breck and growing in their relationship with God.

TESTIMONIALS

WHAT DOES A TYPICAL DAY LOOK LIKE AT GREEK SUMMIT?
Morning – From 9:00-Noon each morning we meet in a room at the foot of the mountain with a breathtaking view. We meet from 9:00-12 each day. During that time we have a devotion, individual time to read, pray, and process through what you are learning, training and equipping in Greek ministry, etc.

Afternoon – You will have lunch with your community group and go through a Bible study together. The afternoon is flexible. This is your opportunity to meet with your leader, read over materials, process with peers, and hang out and explore Breck!

Evenings – The evenings are full of variety. These are a few of the evening activities: Men and Women’s Time, Small Group, Time of Reflection, Praise and Worship, Prayer, and Socials.

WHAT WILL I BE TRAINED IN WHILE AT GREEK SUMMIT?
We will train you in everything from how to how to be satisfied in your relationship with God, to how to share your faith, to how to walk in the power of the Holy Spirit, to how to build a Greek ministry, to how to lead small groups. We will also train you on how to have the most effective ministry back on campus by helping you create a vision and a plan for your sphere of influence back on campus.

WHO WILL BE THERE?
Students have joined us from universities all over Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, North Carolina, Ohio, Georgia, Louisiana, California and New York. Greeks from coast to coast have had the time their lives. We are praying for 50+ students to be there with us.

WHAT’S THE LIVING SITUATION LIKE?
We will live in condos at the base of the mountains and within walking distance from the quaint town of Breckenridge. You will live in a condo with 6-8 other people. The condos are big, but you will be sharing a room with others.

The mission provides three dinners a week, but the rest of the meals will be on your own. Each condo has a kitchen so you can go to the grocery store and prepare meals at home. Also, there will be opportunities to go out to eat around the quaint village of Breckenridge, so be sure to bring or raise extra spending money for meals!

WHAT IF I NEED TO COME LATE?
Sometimes finals week conflicts with Greek Summit. We want to be flexible with you and work with your schedule. We would rather you come a couple of days late than not come at all. We ask that you be there by Friday, May 14th. We ask that you communicate with the summer mission team leaders before Greek Summit begins.

WHAT IF I NEED TO LEAVE ONE WEEKEND?
Many times students have conflicts with the dates and need to leave for a wedding they are in, a sibling’s graduation, or some other significant family event. If that is the case, we ask that you bring that up with the team leaders before the mission.

LODGING – The Village at Breckenridge


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Located at the base of Peak 9 of Breck, this Colorado resort is a short walk to main street shopping.

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