CSF Penn State Berks

CSF at Penn State Berks exists as a group of students who believe that God is revealed to humanity ultimately in Jesus Christ who is fully God and fully human.  We seek to know Jesus Christ as savior, teacher and lord and to make known the love of Christ to others.  We believe the teaching of Jesus is summed up in the command to love God and to love your neighbor, so we desire to promote love of God and love of each other on campus.

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Weekly Gathering

Thursdays @ 7:30 PM

Perkins 3


Spring 2022
Paul's Letter to Rome

This semester we are studying Romans. We are taking a different tactic though, studying it from back to front (inspired by NT scholar Scot McKnight's book Reading Romans Backwards.

1-13-22 - Introduction to Romans


Upcoming Events

Concession Stand Fundraiser - September 10-11

We travel to the Penn State football game to work the concession stand and make $$$

Fall Retreat!

This is going to be a super fun weekend! Click the link and register!


Our student leadership team, working with our PSU Advisor and Campus Minister, coordinates all CSF activities.

2021 Student Leaders

President - Emily Clapper

Vice President - Danny Frederick

Treasurer - Nathan Bonslaver

Secretary - Ayominde Ogunyinke

Advisor - Sgt. Mark Groff

Campus Minister - Dave Hershey


Vision: To Make Disciples of Jesus

We achieve this mission by:
1. Assisting students in growing spiritually through prayer, Bible studies, worship and other activities
2. Educating students about the beliefs and practices of the Christian community
3. Promoting service and activities on campus, in the local community and through the entire world.

Membership Statement

(From our Constitution, Submitted to Penn State Berks Student Government Association):

Membership in CSF shall be open to those who wish to be part of a community focused on Jesus Christ.  Our weekly meetings are very informal and any person is welcome. All opinions are valued and respected.  As a Christian organization, we adhere to historic Christian orthodoxy as laid down most clearly in the early church ecumenical councils.  Thus, we favor no branch of Christianity but instead seek unity on what Christians from diverse backgrounds agree on. We believe each human being is created in God’s image and thus has value, so we do not discriminate against any gender, race, ethnicity, religion, physical handicap, socioeconomic status or sexual orientation.  Along with that, we believe each human being is broken (sinful) and in need of God's grace and love.