Sunday, December 24

Merry CHRISTmas

Make time to count your many blessings... and yes, there are MANY.

Enjoy this most blessed celebration with your loved ones.


Much love in Christ,
<3 FCA Leadership Team

Watch out for mistletoe...

Sunday, December 10

Send a card to the American G.I. overseas!

Looking for a way to send support to our troops? 
Well, there are many - here's one idea...

Check out

Here you can select a pre-designed card, add a personal note,
and it will be sent to a man or woman serving in the military.

They protect our freedom to worship the Lord in safety, so "let's say thanks!"

Thursday, December 7

Faithful Students ...

"Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for men."
Colossians 3:23

Keep up the good work kids... we're in the home stretch, and you can do it!

Tuesday, December 5

EXTRA FCA SHIRTS - get yours while they last!

Hey gang - thanks to all who have picked up your FCA shirt(s). If you pre-ordered one, we've got your name on it... contact to arrange pick-up for your shirt. Let Meredith know if you'll be in Teagle or Friedman anytime soon and she can meet you there.

We even have a few "extras" for those who did not order one in advance.

If you would like to get an FCA shirt before you head home for CHRISTmas - contact

*T-shirts are $7 and hooded sweatshirts are $15 (i.e. a good deal!).
- Checks can be made out to "Cornell/Ithaca College FCA"

We still have the following SIZES:
T-shirts - S, M, L, XL
Hooded Sweatshirts - L, XL

ALUMNI we can and will mail a shirt to you if you would like one (or two or three)... just e-mail and we'll hook you up!

Monday, December 4

FCA Christmas Party PICTURES

FCA Christmas Tree and Treats

And for the grand finale...

YES, Jeremy Walck can do a split. A real one.

To see more FCA pictures, click here!

Wednesday, November 29

FCA Christmas Semi-Formal - DON'T MISS IT!

This is it folks... THE party of the year.

FCA Annual Christmas Semi-Formal
Sunday December 3rd
MOTT House
203 Wyckoff Ave


- Dance lessons provided by Kolby Hoover (so you think you can't polka?'s BYOB: bring-your-own-bootay)
- Singing of Christmas Carols (it's that time of year!)
- FOOD (snacks provided..and these won't be your average chips and dip... AMEN)
- Fellowship

Come celebrate the Christmas season with your FCA family!

Dancing Machines of 2005

Eggnog and punch will be provided...

Tuesday, November 28

FCA Shirts - are here! *Come to the Nov. 30th meeting...

Hey gang... here's the scoop. Our shirts arrived to Cornell from a screen printing shop in lovely southeastern Pennsylvania. Yes, I do say, lovely Pennsylvania.

*Pickup your shirt at our last FCA meeting this THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30th. (see below post) - if not, they will be available for pickup at the FCA formal on Sunday.

T-shirts cost $7 and hood sweatshirts $15. If you ordered both, come to the meeting with 25 bucks and you'll have plenty of mula. *Checks are okay, so bring cash or checkbook. Sorry, we don't take plastic. :)

FYI - in order to cover costs, we need the $mula$ before we can hand over the shirts... so PLEASE remember to bring some money, because we'd love to get the shirts out ASAP. Gotta spread them allll over campus too.

*If you can't remember what you ordered (tshirt or hooded sweatshirt or both?) then refer to the e-mail you'll receive this week from RachAel. There is a spreadsheet attached to the e-mail.

Monday, November 27

Thursday Night Lights - Last regular meeting of the semester! (MTG 11/30 @ 9PM)

Even if you haven't made it to an FCA meeting allllll semester - you are still more than welcome to join us!!! Thursday we'll have our last regular meeting of the fall '06 semester... hard to believe we've come this far already!

Thursday Night Lights
9:00PM or 2100
Hall of Fame Room - Schoellkopf Field House

Potentially this could be a duel-speaker meeting... possibly Chuck Tompkins and the well-known "Louie" too. Snacks will be snacked and songs will be sung. So come. :-)

Wednesday, November 22

Happy Thanksgiving!

Many many many blessings to you members of the Cornell FCA family.
May the Lord continue to bless you, and may you recognize and offer gratitude for the tremendous ways in which the Light shines in your life. Enjoy the time with your beloveds, travel safely, and look forward to a fantastic final FCA week...

Regular FCA Meeting on Thursday, November 30th

Don't forget!
FCA Semi-Formal
7:30PM MOTT House (203 Wyckoff)
on Sunday, December 3rd

Saturday, November 18

Pastor's Business Card

The new pastor was visiting in the homes of his parishioners. 
At one house it seemed obvious that someone was at home,
but no answer came to his repeated knocks at the door.

Therefore, he took out a business card and wrote "Revelation 3:20"

on the back of it and stuck it in the door.

When the offering was processed the following Sunday,

he found that his card had been returned.
Added to it was this cryptic message, "Genesis 3:10."

Reaching for his Bible to check out the citation,

he broke up in gales of laughter.
Revelation 3:20 begins "Behold, I stand at the door and knock."

Genesis 3:10 reads,

"I heard your voice in the garden and
I was afraid for I was naked."

Friday, November 17

Announcements / Events to Keep in Mind

Nobody can claim boredom this weekend... check out all the great stuff to do!!!

Operation Christmas Child SHOPPING TRIP: Saturday, November 18... 1PM
*Contact Ben; boxes are due this Sunday at Bethel Grove

Chosen Generation Gospel Choir CONCERT: Saturday, November 18 ...6:30PM Risley
*Free admission!

Campus On A Hill (COAH) sponsored CONCERT: Saturday, November 18 ...7:00PM Anabel Taylor Hall
*Featuring Praise Alive and Broken Gate, pastor's message and student testimony

Cortland State FCA Invites us to ICE SKATE: Sunday, November 19 ... 1-3PM Skate; Fellowship afterwards; $6 for skate rental
*Contact for details

FCA Semi-formal: Sunday, December 3rd 7:30PM at the MOTT House
*Very very fun annual event... dress fancy and dance all night. We'll be having a slipper contest (no shoes allowed on the MOTT's hardwood floors) and there will be munchies provided.

Tuesday, November 14

Thursday Night Lights - BG Representin' AGAIN! (MTG 11/16 @ 9PM)

Thursday Night Lights
9:00PM or 2100
Schoellkopff Fieldhouse

Guest Speaker: Pastor Dave Jones

Friday, November 10

Praise God for American Veterans

We are the land of the free, because of the brave.
Our God-given right is to worship the Lord freely, without being suppressed or persecuted. Hundreds of thousands of people have volunteered to protect that right for us.

Please make time this weekend to THANK A VETERAN... someone who willingly offered their life to protect yours. Our nation would not be as it is, were it not for the men and women who served to protect our American way of life. November 11th is Veteran's Day, and EVERY day is one in which to be grateful to those who protect our freedom to worship the Lord in safety.

Freedom of Religion in the
First Amendment To
The Constitution of The United States

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or
prohibiting the free exercise thereof...

Praise GOD for those who volunteer to serve our country in His name.
Thank you especially to our FCA members in Cornell Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC).

Hope ... according to the G.O.D. (and Eric Hause)

THANK YOU Eric for delivering such an inspiring message - based on our own beloved Bible. The word of God really shined last night at FCA...

Therefore, since we have been justified through faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ, through whom we have gained access by faith into this grace in which we now stand.

And we rejoice in the hope of the glory of God.
Not only so, but we also rejoice in our sufferings,
because we know that suffering produces perseverance;
perseverance produces character;
and character produces hope.
And hope does not disappoint us,
because God has poured out his love
into our hearts by the Holy Spirit,
whom he has given us.

Romans 5:1-5

Wednesday, November 8

Thursday Night Lights - BG Representin' (MTG 11/9 @ 9PM)

Hey all you BG fans - one of your own is coming to FCA this week!

9:00PM / 2100 hours
Schoellkopff Hall of Fame Room

Guest Speaker: Eric Hause
Youth Pastor

Bethel Grove Bible Church

(No Picture of the real Eric Hause Available)

(This is actually a photo of Ben Dunning dumping too many sprinkles on his official FCA ice cream sundae... Ben will be out of town this week, so I've posted this in his honor... he actually works with the BG youth group - so it's a relevant photo. For sure.)

Tuesday, November 7

Sporty Bible Quotes

Let us run the race that is before us and never give up.
Hebrews 12:1

From Paul, the super-athlete:

Do you not know that the runners in the stadium all run in the race, but only one wins the prize? Run so as to win. Every athlete exercises discipline in every way. They do it to win a perishable crown, but we an imperishable one. Thus I do not run aimlessly; I do not fight as if I were shadowboxing. No, I drive my body and train it, for fear that, after having preached to others, I myself should be disqualified."
1 Corinthians 9:24-27

Sunday, November 5

Operation Christmas Child - Boxes due at Nov. 16th FCA meeting

Operation Christmas Child:
Help Cornell FCA Help Bethel Grove Bible Church Help Needy Kids Around the World!!

Click here for info!

Have any empty shoeboxes sitting in your closet? Here's a fabulous way to use it. Spend a few bucks on small toys that will fit inside the shoebox (think "Christmas in a box" for a child of a certain age) and then bring your filled box to FCA by November 16th. We'll collect them and team up with the Bethel Grove Bible Church crowd, who is sending a whole bunch to less fortunate children this Christmas season. Your toy box could end up on the other side of the world!

Things to Know:
- You can also use a small plastic container; fancy Christmas wrapping is not required.
- Determine whether your gift is for a boy or girl, and determine the appropriate age category for your gift box: age 2-4; age 5-9; or age 10-14. We'll hook you up with a way to label your package.
- Gift ideas include small toys (i.e. stuffed animals, dolls, balls, jump ropes, etc), school supplies, hygiene items, candy, a personal note ...
- If you include a note with the package, and your return address, the recipient will likely write back to you! How cool is that?

*Bring your filled box to FCA by our NOVEMBER 16th Meeting!!!

SUCCESS!!! t-shirts and sweatshirts ordered

In case you've been wondering...

So we've been milkin' this FCA shirt thing for all it's worth... now the order is finally in! We experienced some technical difficulties communicating with our shirt-man - but now we're "good to go." We should be hugging-one-another-in-exultation-while-wearing-our-FCA-shirts by December!

FYI - we ordered a few extras in every size - thought of the folks who weren't able to place an order in advance. So don't worry - we've gotcha covered!

Tuesday, October 31

Thursday Night Lights - Join us in Fellowship with Him! (MTG 11/2 @ 9PM)

So our FCA meeting will be a random conglomeration of things yet to be decided - so consider it a surprise! Will we hear a guest speaker?! Will we watch a movie segment?!!? Will we eat homemade pie?! (yes to the last question for sure).

"It's a SURPRISE, whaaat?!!"

Thursday Night Lights
November 2nd (November already!)

9:00pm / 2100
Hall of Fame Room, Schoellkopf Fieldhouse


Sunday, October 22

Thursday Night Lights - Come see the MIKE MACKIE show!! (MTG 10/26 @ 9PM)

Thursday Night Lights
9:00PM or 2100
Hall of Fame Room, Schoellkopf

Mike Mackie

Cornell Varsity Wrestler... enjoys cookies, Christ, and country. Hails from PENNSYLVANIA!
That's Michael Joseph Mackie for you, folks...and yes, he is our speaker for this week's FCA meeting!

*As a tribute, we will be enojying one of Mike's favorite snacks following praise/worship.

Saturday, October 21

FCA T-SHIRTS and HOODED SWEATSHIRTS must be ordered by 10/23/06 (Monday)

If you would like to place an order for a FCA t-shirt or sweatshirt, e-mail by Monday, 10/23/06.

- T-shirt or hooded sweatshirt
- Size
- Quantity



This is the translation of the verse that will appear on the back:
"Physical exercise has some value, but spiritual exercise is much more important, for it promises a reward in both this life and the next."

*Hooded sweatshirts and t-shirts have the same design/layout/etc.

*You will have to pay before receiving your shirt(s); t-shirts will be less than $10 and hooded sweatshirts around $20.

Don't forget to check out Bible Study!

So the FCA dudes are reading "Mere Christianity"... and the chix are reading 1 Corinthians. Probably easier for the FCA gals to jump in "late in the game" - but you are always welcome to attend Bible studies.

Time: 8:00PM Mondays
Location: 223 Baker Tower, West Campus
*Focusing on Corinthians and faithfulness of today's Christian woman.

RachAel and Jobe being entertained by cookies and milk at Women's Bible study.

Time: 8:30PM Mondays
Location: Robert Purcell Community Center, North Campus
*Focusing on Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis and its connection to The Bible.

Sunday, October 15

Thursday Night Lights - Cornell Men's ICE HOCKEY COACH Mike Schafer (MTG 10/19 @ 9PM)

Drumroll please...

Introducing Head Coach Mike Schafer
CU Men's Ice Hockey

Coach Schafer is a 1986 Cornell Alumnus; graduated from CALS (go aggies!) He was a four-year letterman for CU, and was captain for two years. He is a native to Ontario.

And yes, Coach Schafer is the FCA guest speaker this week. Don't miss it!

Thursday Night Lights
9:00PM (2100)
Hall of Fame Room, Schoellkopf Fieldhouse


THANK YOU for joining us! The FCA Family Dinner is always a good time - a great opportunity to enjoy fine FAITH, FRIENDS, and FOOD!

Rebecca enjoying Kolby's Homemade Apple Crisp

Revive the (FCA) high five... I think they should create a t-shirt supporting a "good-game" revival. Maybe it doesn't need revived...

(Partial) Group Photo

Gabriel of North Carolina

Adrienne and Christina (Catholic chix rock)

To see more photos from the FCA family dinner... click here!


FCA Alumni and Coach Howley

(Malikie... I promised to make you famous online via various photographs of YOU. This is a good one.)

Kenny serving the salad, prepared by Hannah.

Folks, let this be an illustration of why you should come to FCA family dinners... we always have too much food... so everyone usually ends up with some to take along home!

Thank you Hannah!

If you were at FCA on Thursday, 10/12/06.... you witnessed Hannah's ability to woo a crowd with fun Alaska-raised stories. Hannah, be careful wear a wet suit while whitewater rafting!

Do not fear the lonely place... for wherever you go, God will go also. In fact, He'll probably beat you there.

Thursday, October 12

Join Team FCA - wear the colors of the cross!

To become a "card-carrying Competitor for Christ" go to SIGN THE CREED

Team FCA Competitor's Creed

I am a Christian first and last.
I am created in the likeness of
God Almighty to bring Him glory.
I am a member of Team Jesus Christ.
I wear the colors of the cross.

I am a Competitor now and forever.
I am made to strive, to strain,
to stretch and to succeed
in the arena of competition.
I am a Christian Competitor
and as such, I face my challenger
with the face of Christ.

I do not trust in myself.
I do not boast in my abilities
or believe in my own strength.
I rely solely on the power of God.
I compete for the pleasure of
my Heavenly Father, the honor of Christ
and the reputation of the Holy Spirit.

My attitude on and off
the field is above reproach -
my conduct beyond criticism.
Whether I am preparing,
practicing or playing;
I submit to God's authority
and those He has put over me.
I respect my coaches, officials,
teammates and competitors
out of respect for the Lord.

My body is the temple of Jesus Christ.
I protect it from within and without.
Nothing enters my body that
does not honor the Living God.
My sweat is an offering to my Master.
My soreness is a sacrifice to my Savior.

I give my all - all of the time.
I do not give up. I do not give in.
I do not give out. I am the Lord’s warrior -
a competitor by conviction
and a disciple of determination.
I am confident beyond reason
because my confidence lies in Christ.
The results of my efforts
must result in His glory.


Tuesday, October 10

Thursday Night Lights - YES, THERE IS FCA THIS WEEK! and it's at FRIEDMAN (MTG 10/12 @ 9PM)

Hope y'all enjoyed a very blessed fall break!

We have a very special guest speaker this week... coming all the way from Alaska... she's a recent addition to the FCA Alumni squad (graduated CU in May'06) and is especially fond of dogs. Sled dogs, that is. Can you guess who this lovely lady is?

Thursday Night Lights
9:00PM (2100)

*Keep in mind we're having an FCA family dinner this weekend - Saturday 5:30PM MOTT House. See below for more info...

Thursday, October 5

Family Dinner ~ Saturday Oct. 14th HOMECOMING

Join us in a celebration of faith, family, friends, and fall ...
Saturday, October 14th
203 Wyckoff Ave.
(North Campus)
We'll be enjoying "cold weather comforts" in anticipation of the typical Ithaca weather. This means homecookin', for sure.
*Many FCA alumni will be in attendance, so come visit with your old friends!
This is homecoming weekend, so head on over to the MOTT for comfort foods after the football game...GO BIG RED!
*Please RSVP to to let us know if you will come.
Meredith cheering on Ted and the Big Red at a 2005 football game...
Cornell FCA's very own Ted Sonnenberg (and CUFootball center)... GO BIG RED!

Wednesday, October 4

Thursday Night Lights - YES, THERE IS FCA THIS WEEK! (MTG 10/05 @ 9PM)

Howdy all... hope everyone is looking forward to a rejuvenating "fall break." :-)

FCA will take place on Thursday at its regularly scheduled time at its regularly scheduled place...

Thursday Night Lights
9:00PM (or 2100 for the ROTC crew)

Schoellkopf Hall of Fame Room

No speaker this week - "alternative Faith-encouraging activities" instead... be excited. And bring your Faith.

Thursday, September 28

May You Be Blessed

In the words of Jordan Leen....
"Be like the moon, which reflects the SON."
Thank you, Jordan, for sharing part of your heart with us!

Check out this link for a good inspirational "movie" of sorts - send to all your beloveds!

Monday, September 25

Thursday Night Lights - Jordan Leen bringin' the Word! (MTG 9/28 @ 9PM)

Thursday Night Lights
9:00PM (or 2100 for the ROTC crew)

Schoellkopf Hall of Fame Room

Guest Speaker: Jordan Leen
Hails from Soddy Daisy, TN... good old "country" boy and Cornell Varsity Wrestler.

Heaven's Grocery Store


I was walking down life's highway a long time ago,
When I saw a sign that read "Heaven's Grocery Store",
AS I got a little closer, the door came open wide,
And when I came to my self, I was standing inside.
I saw a host of Angels, they were standing everywhere,
One gave me a basket; and "said child shop with care".
Everything a Christian needed was in that grocery store,
And all you could not carry, you could come back for more.

First,I got some patience, love was in the same row,
Further down was understanding, you need that everywhere you go,
I got a box or two of wisdom, a bag or two of faith,
And I just couldn't miss the holy ghost for it was all
over the place; I stopped to get some strength and courage
to help me run this race, By then my basket was getting full,
But I remembered I needed some grace.

I didn't forget salvation, for salvation was always free,
So I tried to get enough of that to save both you and me;
Then I started to the counter to pay my grocery bill,
For I thought I had everything to do my master will .
As I went up the aisle, I saw prayer, I just had to put that in,
For when I knew when I stepped outside, I would run
right into sin.

Peace and Joy were plentiful, they were there on the last shelf,
songs and praises were hanging near so I just helped myself;
Then I said to the Angel" now how much do I owe?"
he smile and said, " take them Everywhere you go."
Again I smile and said, "really, how much do I owe?"
He smile again and said " my child, Jesus paid your bill a long time ago."~

Compliments of Lifetime Movie yes, Lifetime tv.

Friday, September 22

Key Bible Verses provided by Malikie

Thank you Malikie for providing us with wisdom and inspiration last night! For those who could not attend, Malikie spoke of the development of our Christian relationship with God (which seems to be a recurring theme among FCA speakers as of late). Malikie pointed out key Bible verses and used them to advise us to really let God have it!!! Yell at Him, get angry - turn over ALL our troubles to God!

FYI - Malikie admitted to praying even in the shower.
"Hey, Holy Spirit, please pass my shampoo!" :-)

Here are the verses that Malikie highlighted in his discussion with us...
(Bust out the Good Book, and look these up!)
Psalm 31
Isaiah 40: verses 3 and 10-11
Matthew 3:2-3
Luke 12:32 and 17:21
Romans 12:17
John 14:27
Philippians 4:6-7
Luke 17:21


1 In you, O LORD, I have taken refuge;
let me never be put to shame;
deliver me in your righteousness.

2 Turn your ear to me,
come quickly to my rescue;
be my rock of refuge,
a strong fortress to save me.

3 Since you are my rock and my fortress,
for the sake of your name lead and guide me.

4 Free me from the trap that is set for me,
for you are my refuge.

5 Into your hands I commit my spirit;
redeem me, O LORD, the God of truth.

6 I hate those who cling to worthless idols;
I trust in the LORD.

7 I will be glad and rejoice in your love,
for you saw my affliction
and knew the anguish of my soul.

8 You have not handed me over to the enemy
but have set my feet in a spacious place.

9 Be merciful to me, O LORD, for I am in distress;
my eyes grow weak with sorrow,
my soul and my body with grief.

10 My life is consumed by anguish
and my years by groaning;
my strength fails because of my affliction, [a]
and my bones grow weak.

11 Because of all my enemies,
I am the utter contempt of my neighbors;
I am a dread to my friends—
those who see me on the street flee from me.

12 I am forgotten by them as though I were dead;
I have become like broken pottery.

13 For I hear the slander of many;
there is terror on every side;
they conspire against me
and plot to take my life.

14 But I trust in you, O LORD;
I say, "You are my God."

15 My times are in your hands;
deliver me from my enemies
and from those who pursue me.

16 Let your face shine on your servant;
save me in your unfailing love.

17 Let me not be put to shame, O LORD,
for I have cried out to you;
but let the wicked be put to shame
and lie silent in the grave. [b]

18 Let their lying lips be silenced,
for with pride and contempt
they speak arrogantly against the righteous.

19 How great is your goodness,
which you have stored up for those who fear you,
which you bestow in the sight of men
on those who take refuge in you.

20 In the shelter of your presence you hide them
from the intrigues of men;
in your dwelling you keep them safe
from accusing tongues.

21 Praise be to the LORD,
for he showed his wonderful love to me
when I was in a besieged city.

22 In my alarm I said,
"I am cut off from your sight!"
Yet you heard my cry for mercy
when I called to you for help.

23 Love the LORD, all his saints!
The LORD preserves the faithful,
but the proud he pays back in full.

24 Be strong and take heart,
all you who hope in the LORD.

Wednesday, September 20

Thursday Night Lights - turn 'em on full blast! (MTG 9/21 @ 9PM)

Thursday Night Lights
9:00PM (or 2100 for the ROTC crew)

Schoellkopf Hall of Fame Room

Speaker: Malikie Fornah
(Cornell Undergrad '06 and
current Grad Student
and Super Storyteller from Florida)

*THANK YOU for providing the feedback at the last FCA meeting! We appreciate your thoughts, concerns, and comments - we'll put them to good use as we strive to improve your FCA experience...

**NOTE - we are back in Schoellkopf Field House this week!

Monday, September 18

Christianity 101

This comes from Eugene Kang, who volunteers with
The Outreach Ministry within the Korean Church at Cornell English Ministry

This is a two-part event to help non-Christians
become more knowledgeable of the Faith:

Open seminar/forum where non-Christians ask questions about Christianity.
For instance, “Do all Christians hold certain political beliefs?”
“How do we know the Bible is true?” “Why does God allow evil in the world?”

A worship service also geared towards non-Christians;
this includes a sermon delivered by a local pastor.

HOW WE CAN HELP: Get the word out, start talking to your
non-Christian friends and see what questions they may have.
Encourage folks to come.
Volunteers are needed from each fellowship to help organize the event,
to help advertise by tabling, flyering, chalking, etc.
before the event and volunteers are needed
to help with the actual event: ushers, praise team, people to pray.

DATE OF EVENT: Saturday October 14th
TIME: 3:30-5:30 pm for the seminar and 7:00-9:00 pm for the worship service.

The Outreach Ministry within the Korean Church at Cornell English Ministry.
Contact leaders Ji Yun Lee ( or
Eugene Kang ( if you are interested.

Tuesday, September 12

FCA Meeting 9/14/06 (Thursday) 9PM ***TEMPORARY CHANGE IN LOCATION!

This week's FCA meeting is full of 'newness'... changin' it up for The G.O.D. this Thursday!

Instead of the usual inspirational speaker, we'll be kicking off another go round with a small groups session... you'll see what it's all about when you arrive!

FYI - this week we will be meeting in a different location - you can safely assume other FCA meetings will take place in the Hall of Fame room (unless otherwise noted).

Thursday Night Lights
September 14th
9:00PM or 2100 hrs

Friedman Wrestling Center

Wednesday, September 6

Need a church? Check this list!

Remember, FCA is not a replacement for Church... so make yourself at home on Thursday nights, but be sure to find a place of devout worship for Sundays. Here is a list of local Christian churches - if you recognize one as missing from this list please contact Faith Warrior so that it may be added.

Christian Orthodox
Sunday 10:15AM
St. Catherine Greek Orthodox Church (120 West Seneca St.)

Episcopal / Anglican
Sunday 9:30AM or Wednesday 5:00PM
Chapel, Anabel Taylor Hall (on campus)

Evangelical - Bethel Grove Bible Church (popular with FCA members)
Sunday 8:30AM Worship
10:00AM Educational Hour
11:15AM Worship
Bethel Grove Bible Church (1763 Slaterville RD)

Sunday 10:45AM Traditional
5:00PM Contemporary
St. Luke Lutheran Church (Oak Ave. at College Ave.)

Sunday 11:00AM
Chapel, Anabel Taylor Hall (on campus)

Roman Catholic
Daily Masses M-F 12:20PM Chapel, Anabel Taylor Hall (on campus)
Sunday 10:00AM or 5:15PM Auditorium, Anabel Taylor Hall (on campus)
9:30PM Sage Chapel (on campus)

Southern Baptist
Sunday 11:00AM
Ithaca Baptist Church (1426 Slaterville RD)

For what is likely a more complete list of Cornell worship services, click here!

Tuesday, September 5

FCA Meeting 9/7/06 (Thursday) 9PM

This week's speaker is Mr. Kolby Hoover... FCA leader and CU Varsity Track athlete. Very special young man, if you ask Faith Warrior. He's Faithful and has a neat sense of humor too, so his words with us will be divinely-inspired and comically-relieved. Don't miss it!

"Thursday Night Lights"

9:00PM (2100 hours for the devout in the military)

Hall of Fame Room, Schoellkopf Field House

Monday, September 4

Opportunity for MORE Praise and Worship :-)

Tenors, kazoo players, altos, and sopranos all welcome... enjoy this added opportunity for casual "Praise and Worship"!

Despite the grapevine, there is no official FCA choir. :-) ALL are welcome and encouraged to sing with us at regular FCA meetings. A few folks meet on Tuesday nights to chill and sing together. Check it out!

Praise and Worship
Tuesday 9:30PM
503 Dryden, Apartment Door #3
Contact to let the guys know you're coming!

I will bless the LORD at all times;
His praise shall continually be in my mouth.

Psalm 34:1

FCA Bible Study Monday Nights

Time: 8:00PM Mondays
Location: 223 Baker Tower, West Campus
*Focusing on Corinthians and faithfulness of today's Christian woman.

Time: 8:30PM Mondays
Location: Robert Purcell Community Center, North Campus
*Focusing on Mere Christianity by C.S. Lewis and its connection to The Bible.

"I give thanks to my God always on your account for the grace of God bestowed on you in Christ Jesus, that in him you are not lacking in any spiritual gift as you wait for the revelation of our Lord Jesus Christ. He will keep you firm to the end..." 1 Corinthians 1:4-8

Saturday, September 2

FCA Family Dinner a Delicious Success

THANK YOU to those who were able to spend part of their Saturday with us! We enjoyed your company at the Mott house, and are very grateful to our hosts for the use of their home (especially the kitchen). Thank you especially to the FCA newcomers for attending - we are thankful for the opportunity to get to know you!

(If you would like to see more pictures from tonight's FCA dinner, please click here.)

Here are some of the favorite photos of the evening...