WELCOME TO THE 2020 CCCK STAY-AT-HOMECOMING CELEBRATION
Due to Covid-19, in order to keep the entire Central Christian College of Kansas community, alumni, students, staff, and the friends of the college, safe the College has opted to offer the annual homecoming celebrations virtually. This year you will see many of the same events you have come to expect at homecoming offered online.
Below you will find an outline of the schedule for the weekend and where to find the links to participate online.
Most of the content will not be available until the listed time in the schedule, however, it will all be available on throughout the rest of 2020.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2020
Wrestling Center Open House
For those local, this is the perfect time to swing by the new wrestling center, located on West Kansas Street, that has been under construction for the last year.
Join President Favara, the Board of Trustees, and the entire Central Community in celebrating the latest groundbreaking ceremony. This will be hosted on Facebook live.
Join Academic Dean Dr. Jacob Kaufman and President Favara as they welcome the community to the 2020-2021 academic year. Traditionally this event is held in person during orientation week but due to Covid-19, the College decided to host a virtual event during Homecoming weekend.
Attend a Class
Due to Covid-19, the campus classes are uniquely positioned to provide you the opportunity to participate virtually. Check in the week of for the full list of classes and times.
12:00 pm Dr. Mindi Cromwell & Dr. Larry Anderson
Meet Dr. Mindi Cromwell, the new Ministry and Theology department chair. Then, Dr. Larry Anderson will share about the upcoming trip to Israel.
1:00 pm The Discipline of a Daily Writing Practice
Professor Joey Lemon, English Dept. talks about the importance of writing.
2:00 pm Choir
Join in as the Choir rehearses musical favorites closing with “Bless You and Keep You”.
Tour the Art Building
Art professor, Amy Goering brings the campus Art Studio to alumni.
Women’s Volleyball Takes on Sterling College
Cheer on the Lady Tigers as they face Sterling College. The team is led by Coach Ryan Webb in his second season at CCCK.
Coronation and Java & Jazz
For those based locally, join us at the M.B. Miller Heritage Plaza for a Jazz concert and the Coronation of the 2020 Homecoming Court.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2020
Join Vice President of Alumni Relations, Dean Kroeker as he shares a devotional thought and about his adventures as a missionary.
For those interested in purchasing his book, From the Land of Pigs and Indians: Trust Him, you can get it on Amazon here. (Remember to use Amazon Smile.)
Has it been a while since you have been on campus? If so, tune in for a tour of campus led by a member of the staff.
Take a Look at Central
Watch and enjoy the latest Central promotional video!
At Home with the Favara’s
Have you always wondered what the inside of the Presidential home looks like? Here is your chance to take a personal tour of the home with President and First Lady Favara.
Celebrate Central Music
Tune in to watch Dr. Brett Janssen, Chair of the Humanities Division, and Dr. Bradley Baker in a recital of two pianos.
Class of 2020 Graduation
Tune in to celebrate the newest members of the Alumni Association the 2020 graduates of both the online and residential students. Graduation will feature the Academe of Achiever and Servant Leader inductions.
Alumni Update/State of CCCK
Grab a cup of coffee and find a place to sit and listen in as President Favara, Dr. David Ferrell, Dr. Dean Kroeker, and Adriane Carr reflect on all of what has happened in the last year.
Dr. Donald Anderson Alumni Interview
Watch the full interview with Dr. Donald Anderson as he shares about his lifelong connection to Central Christian College of Kansas.
CJ Luckey Concert
On Campus – H.B. Miller Heritage Plaza
For those locally, young alumni 2019 recipient, CJ Luckey will be performing a concert for the CCCK community.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2020
Join us, at the McPherson Free Methodist Church, as we continue to celebrate all that the Lord is doing and the continued hope we find in our knowledge of the goodness of God.