Council of Christian Organizations

Cornerstone regularly plans fun and fellowship activities for all students on campus, usually scheduled for Friday nights at 7 p.m. Examples of activities planned for this year include pizza/volleyball, picnics, game nights, a hayride, Christian band concerts, ice skating, and weekend retreats.

Council of Christian Organizations (CCO)
The Council of Christian Organizations (CCO) unites representatives from all campus Christian groups every other week to establish communication among the groups and to promote coordination of activities.

He Is Savior (HiS)
He is Savior is LVC’s contemporary Christian band. Sets include praise and worship music and music from contemporary Christian artists. The group has auditions for new members as necessary. The mission of HiS is to have a band that is not seeking self-recognition but rather truly a worship band.

Hillel serves the social, ethnic, cultural, and religious needs of Jewish students at LVC. If you are Jewish or just interested in Judaism, Hillel is your place to connect. Current meeting times are available on the College website.

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF)
IVCF is Lebanon Valley’s chapter of a national organization that is on more than 560 college campuses in the U.S. Students who join begin a journey of following Jesus and deepening their relationship with God through Bible study, leadership training, and mission opportunities. IVCF meets throughout the week in Bible studies located in residence halls. IVCF seeks to be a welcoming place for all LVC students, regardless of experience or background. To learn more about the national organization, visit

Mars Hill
Student leaders of Mars Hill seek to engage fellow students in dialogue about current “hot button” topics by offering forums and speakers.

Praise Him with Dance (PHD)
Praise Him with Dance (PHD) is a co-ed dance organization that spreads the word of God through different styles of dancing. All are welcome; no experience is necessary.

Prayer and Share
Each Tuesday at 11 a.m., students gather in the lobby of Miller Chapel to share praises and prayer concerns in support of each other and the community as a whole.

Servants of Christ
Servants of Christ strives to serve the world through a variety of activities including work with Operation Christmas Child, World Vision Aids Caregiver Kits, United Way Day of Caring, and the Crop Walk. At the end of the year, members of Servants of Christ travel to Appalachia for a week of building and repairing at an Appalachia Service Project center. This group is open to all students interested in community service.