Fellowship

Join us any Friday evening for food, fellowship, music and learning. It all starts at 6:30 in the St. Mark's Episcopal Chapel, Lower Level. Get ready for a wonderful meal. U.S. volunteers prepare food dishes each week. There's no charge, so test some U.S. cooking and ICF hospitality. After dinner, its time for a little music and singing. Once our voices are loosened up, you can choose from one of several Bible classes. Finish the evening off with dessert and getting to know other international students.

Fellowship Music

Music plays an important role here at ICF. We enjoy singing, learning new songs, hearing songs from around the world, and praising God as we go. We invite students to join us as we sing and make music to the Lord Jesus Christ. We use various musical styles, contemporary worship songs, traditional pieces, and music with an international flavor.

Students of all ages are invited to be a part of the music ministry, whether through instrument, voice, song suggestion, etc.


Are you interested in contributing musically? See 
Jim Blanchard at ICF for more information. 

Bible Study

Helping international students develop a relationship with God is at the heart of ICF. To develop that relationship requires knowing about Him from the Bible. ICF offers several Bible studies and encourages regular Bible reading. Most Friday evenings, Bible studies are held during the fellowship meeting. Special Bible studies can be arranged with one of the ICF volunteers or even with an ICF student leader. If you want to know more about what the Bible contains and why millions of people study it everyday, stop in any Friday night.
Childern's Ministry

ICF cares about the international students and their families. Spouses and children are welcome every Friday and to most ICF activities. Our children's program on Friday evening is a combination of study, fun and activites. So you won't need a babysitter if you want to come to the fellowship. Bring your children and relax. The next week, they will bring you!