College & Career

Bible Study                                                                  


      The College & Career ministry at CBC exists to glorify God. This ministry includes Bible Studies, fellowships and our Thrive ministry. Our desire is to help college students and 20 somethings grow in their relationship with God and to create disciples who make disciples. Please visit our Facebook and other social media pages for information on how to get connected!



Bible Study       We currently have two classes that meet every Sunday at 9:15am. We have a college class taught by Karla Pippins, and a young professionals class taught by Kim Fults. If you are visiting and not sure where the meeting locations are, feel free to ask our door greeters and they will gladly point you in the right direction.




Thrive       Thrive is a ministry designed to reach 20-something’s throughout the Tampa Bay area. It consists of weekly Bible studies and fellowships. If you are interested in dates and times for either of these, please feel free to contact Matt Singleton, or check out our social media pages listed below.

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      It is our belief as the “Big Kids of Carrollwood,” that we have a responsibility to hang out with one another. In Hebrews 10 it says that Christians are to be concerned about one another and are not to neglect meeting with one another. CBC’s College & Career ministry does this by holding occasional parties and other special gatherings. These are not exclusive fellowships and we would love to have you join us!




      It has become a tradition for our group to attend the “Passion Conference” for college students in Atlanta, GA. This conference consists of massive worship gatherings and small group meetings where students have the opportunity to interact with other students from all over the world. The worship rallies are lead by artists such as Chris Tomlin and David Crowder and by speakers like Francis Chan and founder of the “Passion Movement,” Louie Giglio.