Metanoia

metanoia: /ˌmetəˈnoiə/ noun: a combination of two Greek words: the preposition "μετά" (after, with) and the verb "νοέω" (to think, to perceive). metanoia means "a change of mind"

We see the significance of "metanoia" as minds growing and transforming. College is a transitional time period in which we begin to stand up for ourselves and develop our own ideas and views on theology, philosophy, politics, science, and life in general.

Metanoia has also been translated into meaning "to transform the mind" or "to transform the way of thinking"

"Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God's will is --good, pleasing, and perfect will." Romans 12:2 (NIV)

We are first and foremost a community. We support each other through weekly life. We share in fellowship and encourage one another while understanding we are all in the process of "metanoia."

Metanoia is open to all people, wherever one may be on the journey of faith.