What We Do

We encourage.  Twice-a-month lunch meetings are one way that we encourage each other with fellowship and sharing. We enjoy our brown-bag lunches, share desserts, often have special speakers or programs, share what Jesus is doing in our lives and pray for a blessed time together. This is a great way to meet other Christians on campus. Please, join us.

We pray. There are a few regular prayer meetings or Bible studies at different times in different places where we get together and pray for specific needs in our workplace and in our personal lives. Please feel free to get involved by joining one of these groups or by forming one in your work location and letting us post notice of it here. We post prayer requests and answers on the website and pray for these requests and for one another. 

We serve. We cooperate with student Christian groups on campus and seek to encourage and support their efforts. Sometimes we help by co-sponsoring their events. Some faculty and staff are available as speakers for student gatherings and events. Please let us know if you are willing to be a speaker or if you have an event in mind that we can help sponsor.

We speak out. We place notices in the school newspaper around Christmas and Easter to let the campus community know of our presence and our commitment to Christ.  We invite faculty, staff and students to come and speak or share with us. We have led campus forums on current issues in order to promote healthy dialog and present a Christian perspective on current issues.


The Appalachian State University Faculty/Staff Christian Fellowship is an organization whose purpose is to provide opportunity for Christian fellowship and enrichment among ASU faculty, staff and the ASU community.

Statement of Faith

The ASU Faculty/Staff Christian Fellowship ascribes to classical, historic Christian doctrine. We believe:

  • in the sovereignty of God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit,
  • in the divine inspiration of Scripture and its supreme authority in all matters of faith and conduct,
  • in the universal sinfulness and guilt of humanity, that salvation is through faith in Jesus Christ alone and His redemptive work at Calvary,
  • in the expectation of the personal, visible return of the Lord Jesus Christ.

 F/SCF Constitution with Changes Effective 2012


Steering Committee:  
cockmanje [at] appstate [dot] edu (John Cockman)

glisangb [at] appstate [dot] edu (George Glisan)

muellerts [at] appstate [dot] edu (Tom Mueller)

Amy Roberts

seitzcm [at] appstate [dot] edu (Chris Seitz)


Prayer Coordinator: 
Amy Roberts

Cathy Ziegler

ASU Box 9163
Boone, NC 28608

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