Street Level is not a church. We are a group of people who want to know God and be used by Him in a big way. Our goal is to help students learn how to practically pursue God by teaching what He says in the bible, helping students find the right church, and equipping them to find God's purpose for their lives.
Every week we get together, hang out, laugh, eat, drink coffee, and study and discuss the bible and what it says about our life today.
Check out more than 130 involvement opportunities (including Street Level!) on campus while enjoying live music, free food, inflatables, caricature artists and more. We will have a table down there from 5-7pm.
This year’s showcase includes bands Harbor and Home, Josh Clutter, Syvers, Whosah, Marah in the Mainsail, and Clocks & Clouds. Pick up an espresso drink, soda, or a snack. We will also have henna, games, and a live radio show.
Our first meeting of the year will be in the Great Hall in the MSC. We will have a discussion about being involved in a Christian community on campus, and what we do to provide that in Street Level.
We will head out of town for a weekend to seek to grow closer to God and one another. We will have time to dive into the Bible, listen to teachings, have discussion, play games, and to hang out with everyone.
Every year, Street Level takes the Blind Munchies Coffeehouse to Sonshine Music Festival. We seek to provide a great product in order to bless the attendants of the festival, as well as to raise money for our mission work on campus, in the country, India, and the Philippines. During this week long trip we live together, eat together, and work together. We are like a family seeking to love and serve each other, God, and the world.
Having close relations with Jesus Fellowship of Believers church in Menomonie, we have the opportunity to send students to the Philippines every summer and work in our school in the mountains of Cebu Island. We prepare for the school year to begin, as well as host retreats and bible studies in order to spread the good news and love of Jesus to all people. This trip has a tendency of changing those who go there even more than the children we are trying to help.