Some students are at university for the first time, nervously arranged in groups discussing for the 7,000th time what course they’re doing and where they’ve come from. Follow that with a game of who had the most exciting gap year or the best A levels. I have to say, the first day at university almost two years ago was probably the scariest of my life. Yes, for some it’s the most exciting — but for the majority it’s frightening. I felt physically sick for hours on arrival. However, as a Christian, I knew one of the first things I wanted to do was settle in to a good church as soon as possible. I left a loving church I’d attended all my life, came to Sheffield University, and wanted to get stuck in. I arrived in halls on the Saturday and started looking for a church the next day.