The LSESU Gospel Society was set up to re-present God and the Christian faith to our peers on campus and the wider London Community. 48% of LSE students describe themselves as people of faith. But most of them don't feel like the University enables them to engage with other people of faith. The LSE Gospel Society aims to solve this problem by creating an avenue for networking with other believers on campus. This will enable Christians (and other people of faith) to unashamedly share their experiences of God and give advice on how to build on their relationship with God while at University. We mainly run weekly fellowships where we learn more about and share our faith by asking questions and engaging in bible study. In addition to our weekly bible study, host much larger events and share our faith in creative ways, using media such as dance, drama, spoken word poetry, and song. Our events also feature testimonies and insight from world-renowned ministers. We welcome people of all faiths and backgrounds to engage with our activities in order to gain a better understanding of who God is and why we believe in the Gospel. Society Aims and Objectives: Spiritual Growth: To facilitate the spiritual growth of our members by helping them establish a personal relationship with God beyond religious and ceremonial practices. Networking: We aim to create an avenue for networking with other believers on campus. This will enable Christians (and other people of faith) to unashamedly share their experiences of God and give advice on how to build on their relationship with God while at University. Community Service: In addition to our own community-building initiatives, we intend to partner with existing charities all around London to raise awareness of, and tackles pertinent societal issues, including, but not limited to, homelessness, knife crime, and poor education.