Christian Student Fellowship Pittsburgh, State College, PA - Campus Minister

Christian Student Fellowship Pittsburgh

Campus Ministry

Church Information

Church/Organization Employee Average Attendance Location
N/A N/A State College, PA USA

Contact Information


William "Buzz" Roberts
phone   (814) 883-1318

PO Box 221
State College, PA 16804

Position Information

Position Category Position Title Position Type Weekly Hours
College/Young Adults Campus Minister Paid Full-Time 30-40+

Job Summary

The Christian Student Foundation (CSFPA), a collegiate ministry organization in Pennsylvania, is seeking candidates with strong biblical teaching with specific gifted backgrounds, who relate well with university students for openings with the Christian Student Fellowship at University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University. These positions require fund raising in order to complete base salary and benefits. CSF-Pittsburgh is a recognized student organization at University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University and currently serves 15-20 students in various ministry efforts, including spring break missions outreach, retreats and outreach on campus. The ministry is supported by a strong, encouraging board that have a understanding and passion for campus ministry. University of Pittsburgh and Carnegie Mellon University are considered part of the academic hub for the metro Pittsburgh area. Other schools include Chatham University, Carlow University, Point Park University, Robert Morris University, Duquesne University and Penn State Greater Allegheny. CSFPA’s vision is to create a ministry team that will have an impact on these campuses in the greater Pittsburgh metropolitan area. Expectations: Leadership is a key to an effective ministry. CSFPA is a faith-based ministry relying on faithful contributions of individuals and congregations. Therefore the campus minister is expected to be a primary support raiser for his ministry. CSFPA is looking for someone who can lead others to the Lord, who is experienced in one-on-one discipleship and can mentor others. As an effective communicator with young adults, the campus minister should consider himself a lifetime student of scripture and the world in which we live. The campus minister must share a conviction that every area of study in academia is a study of God’s creation and human alienation from Him, therefore helping students develop a Christian world and life view is vital to ministry. Finally, one of the essential qualities of a campus minister is a passion for God. The campus minister will have a big impact on young lives and must lead by example. Just as Paul states, “Follow me as I follow Christ”, so the campus minister must be an open book for students to observe and understand.

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