BASIC, Brothers and Sisters in Christ, is a non-denominational Christian club, the only active spiritual-based club on campus, that is a part of a network of other “BASIC” clubs throughout New York state. The goal of the club is to create an outlet for students to go on a spiritual journey together in an attempt to better themselves, the community, and each other. BASIC allows students to learn about God, reap the benefits of fellowship, and adopt religion as their own. BASIC holds numerous annual fundraisers and the club participates in student led bible studies and co-sponsors with numerous clubs on campus. BASIC holds great importance in the college community as it is a way for students to get involved in spiritual depth and service, two of the five pillars at St. Joseph's University.
Thank you for supporting Brothers and Sisters in Christ!
Why are donations necessary?
BASICCON is a bi-annual conference in which multiple BASIC clubs from all different colleges come together for a weekend in Rochester for worship, teaching, and ministry. All money towards this project will help aid students from St. Joseph's University to attend the conference and get connected to other college students throughout the state.