The SJSU Faculty Staff Christian Fellowship is organized for the purpose of honoring and glorifying God. We do this by praying for the well-being of the University community, by setting forth a positive example of the Biblical Christian worldview, by attending to the needs of the campus community, and by sharing the love of God through Jesus Christ.
We welcome all who would like to learn more about what it means to be a follower of Jesus or who desire to glorify God on the SJSU campus.
The Faculty-Staff Christian Fellowship meeting is on the first and third Wednesdays of the month during the semester, from noon to 1 p.m. in the Central Classroom Building CCB 222.
Next regular meeting
On Wednesday the 2nd of May 2018 the group will conclude this semester's study of the book A Grander Story, this time in Chapter 9, "An Enduring Legacy" by Dr. John Walkup, who will probably be able to come to this meeting.
Feel free to bring a lunch. No worries if you can't stay for the hour. We'd love to meet you even if for a short time.
The name of the group emphasizes staff and faculty, but students and others are welcome.
David Navarro, president of Epic Movement at SJSU, who visited with our Fellowship last month, has extended an invitation to all of us to attend a fundraising dinner for Epic Movement on Saturday, April 14th at 6 pm.
The dinner is going to be held at South Bay Chinese Baptist Church (448 Francis Drive, San Jose, CA 95133) on Saturday April 14 at 6pm. The whole event is free and it is a great time to see the vision of Epic Movement and how God has been blessing our ministry! Here is the event link: http://evite.me/wPdYh4UqAw
Ratio Christi, the Campus Apologetics Alliance, has a page for faculty: http://ratiochristi.org/prof
The Lunch Bunch
The Lunch Bunch meets at noon on Thursdays in MLK 392 (King Library). The group is reading through the New Testament (about 30 minutes per week), and coming together to discuss what they've read.
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