In addition to CRU's weekly meetings and our collegiate small groups, we hope that students have the opportunity to attend Sunday church services. Here are some churches attended regularly by other students in CRU. If you're interested in visiting one, get in touch with us at a weekly meeting and we can connect you with a ride.
Victorious Life Christian Church
"Based in Troy, New York, Victorious Life serves individuals and families throughout the Capital Region. We are ordinary people from all walks of life, with imperfect and often messy lives, who desire to know and love Jesus Christ and be transformed by His gospel. As a community, we are growing and learning to serve one another, our city and our world. Beginning as a small house church, we now reach thousands of households in our city through our local missions work. Victorious Life is a place where all are welcome, regardless of questions, doubts, backgrounds or struggles. Our desire is to grow as a multi-generational, multi-ethnic congregation with increasing gospel influence in the city of Troy, the Capital Region and beyond. We invite you to partner with us in this unfolding story of God's love and redemption." -Victorious Life Website http://www.vlcctroy.org
NOTE: You can get to Victorious Life without a car by walking 15 minutes, or by taking the RPI West Campus shuttle to Blitman and then walking 2 minutes.
Terra Nova Church
Terra Nova Church describes themselves as "a community of historically-informed Christ-followers intent on discovering the ancient truth of Jesus Christ and bringing them to our generation with truth and grace." https://terranovachurch.org/troy/# .
Engage Albany calls themselves "a community of humble learners, who love Christ, and labor to engage the city with the gospel." They hold services at 11am in Albany. More info at https://engagealbany.org/
Chinese Christian Church of Greater Albany
CCCGA is an Evangelical, Bible-believing church in Jesus Christ that mainly ministers to people from the Chinese culture group. Including Chinese immigrant families, international students and scholars, and American-Born Chinese in the greater Albany area. http://www.cccga.org/en/