Welcome to the 2:8 House
The 2:8 House is a student outreach at the University of Oklahoma. We're committed to providing a "home away from home," a place where you can ask tough questions, be built up in your Christian faith, and know you're among friends. A variety of activities are planned each semester as we seek to "share not only God's Good News but our own lives, too."
These activities include:
2:8 Recovery offers a Christ-centered, 12-step program for students who seek healing from past hurts, habits and hangups. This meets weekly on Thursday evenings.
Fat Tuesday offers a free lunch the first Tuesday of each month. This is a great way to connect with others and learn more about the 2:8 House.
Fireside Chats will be held monthly and include discussions about the inter-relationship between faith, calling and the academic community.
International Friendship offers opportunities for families in the area and OU students to participate in programs on campus to get to know students from around the world.
Discipleship/Mentoring are individual and small group meetings with students to "spur one another on" in their faith journey. This could include book studies, Bible studies and scripture memory.
We encourage you to make yourself at home at the 2:8 House. Please click here for a pdf file listing the events for the Fall semester.
Click here if you would like to read the 2:8 House Annual Report for 2012.
Click here if you would like to read archived copies of the 2:8 Update e-newsletter.
The 2:8 House is a ministry of the Nazarene Student Center for the Unviersity of Oklahoma, Inc.