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Service/Outreach

As Christians, one of the things we are instructed to do is follow Christ's example and share his love through serving others.  There are many opportunities, both on and off campus, to do this.  These are a few examples of some of the ways we have done this in the past.   We're always looking for other ways to serve so if you have any idea or suggestions for future projects, let us know.


 One way by which we serve our campus community is by partnering with local churches to distribute Bibles on campus through Bible Give Aways.  At our recent give away during the spring 2011 semester we gave away 500 FREE Bibles to BU students.



 Local churches help us in so many ways such as donations, baked goods, and prayers.  Ethan and Dave pose for a picture at a local church cleanup.
 For the last several years we've volunteered to man the FREE concession during both the University Fest and Spring Fling.  Kevin and Caleb enjoy making snow cones!



 Ethan is a master at making cotton candy.  Perhaps the most mind-blowing aspect of this is his ability to keep the hot, windblown, sugar out of his sweet goatee!
 During finals week of each semester, CBF, through the generous donations of several local churches hosts a FREE event for all BU students called a Procrastination Station.
 Procrastination Stations are a time when students can mingle, enjoy FREE food (pizza, chips, cookies, candy, fruit, soda etc), play games, and just blow off steam accumulated during the rigors of finals week.



 Our annual Pre-Thanksgiving dinner is always a campus favorite.  Here students enjoy a FREE homemade Thanksgiving feast.
 Even Sodexo workers prefer our fare and somehow find an excuse to partake in our delectable feast.



 Don't forget to save room for dessert!
 This is also a great opportunity to meet new people...
 ...and enjoy the musical talents of some of our members.



 In June 2006, the nearby town of Conklin experienced a major flood.  CBFers aided in the cleanup of the region.
 Stephanie and Kim modeling proper flood cleanup safety equipment. 

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