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Friday International Fellowship Dinner & Program! 

6:15 PM

Location:  Garden Room of the Pasquerilla Spiritual Center

  Friday, August 29, 2014

(The Pasquerilla Spiritual Center is located directly across the street from the Paterno Library on Curtin Road)


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Our NEW September 2014 Bible Study list will be posted after fall classes begin. Come back often - new studies will be added each week. Questions? Check with Chris, cpc10@psu.edu

Study and read the most important book ever written. Whether you are a beginner, or more experienced, we have a Bible study for you!  


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Practice your English with an American
English Language Practice Partner
In this program we will match you with an American so that you can practice your spoken English.  Our volunteers are not tutors, rather they are Americans who are happy to meet with you weekly for about an hour, for one semester, to help you practice your English skills. Also, we match men with men, and women with women. 
You may request a language partner by using our registration page:  our registration page is here.   Note: This program does not begin until the third week of classes. Most of our volunteers are American students who are also getting settled into their classes.  



Penn State wrestling team members visited our Friday dinner- take a look at the video...



 Special Activities for New Penn State International Students & Scholars!

Our office: 210A Eisenhower Chapel

(across from the Paterno Library on Curtin Road)


Saturday, August 16   Garage Giveaway Need furniture or household items?  Get free stuff with free delivery at our Garage Giveaway at Calvary Baptist Church, 1250 University Drive, starting at 8:30 AM. 


Sunday, August 17   Welcome Picnic in and around Findlay Commons (East Halls residence halls), sponsored by IMPS and local churches. Games of various kinds from 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM. A free dinner will be served at 6:00 PM. The meal will include Chinese food, pizza, Halal food, watermelon, etc.  All new international students and scholars and their families are welcome! 


Thursday, Aug. 21 & Friday, Aug, 22     Visit Penn's Cave   America's only all-water cavern, involving a guided one-hour underground boat tour of the cavern in nearby Centre Hall  see: pennscave.com  Each trip leaves from in front of the Bryce Jordan Center, on Curtin road, at 1:00 PM; return to campus by about 4:00 PM.  Cost is $20 for transportation and boat ride.  Register here.  Each trip is limited to 40 people.


Two Saturdays, Aug. 16 & 23   Walk up Mt. Nittany A short ride to the nearby town of Lemont takes us to the base of Mt. Nittany. A steady walk of about 30 minutes to the top provides a panoramic view of Penn State. While at the top we will have a simple snack before returning to campus.  For the hike you should wear comfortable walking shoes and bring along a bottle of water. Register here.  Each trip is Limited to 40 people.


Saturday, August 23   Visit the Grange Fair Visit the Grange Fair in nearby Centre Hall, typical of many annual fairs in rural America, with shows of farm animals and equipment, and interesting exhibits and entertainers.  Leave from the HUB at 5:00 PM; return to campus at 8:30 PM. Cost: $10 for transportation, parking, and admission.  You should also plan to bring some additional money for any food, souvenirs, or amusement rides that interest you.  Register here.  Trip is limited to 30 people.  


Friday, August 29   Friday Fellowship Dinner and Program  Join us on Friday evenings beginning Aug. 29 in the Garden Room of the Pasquerilla Spiritual Center (across from the Paterno Library on Curtin Road), for a fun time, including a free dinner at 6:15 PM, sometimes followed by a simple game, followed by your choice of seminars:  American English (English for living in America - slang, idioms and aspects of American culture); Studies of the Bible and Christianity; and Discussions of Various Topics.  Sponsored by International Christian Fellowship. 






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