Who We Are

Get more information about what we are doing and how to get involved in what God is doing at the University of Illinois in Urbana Chamapign.

Who we are:
We are a group of students at the University of Illinois and other nearby schools who want to know God and be transformed by that relationship.

It doesn’t matter what part of campus you are from or what part of the world you are from. Whether you’ve been hearing about Jesus all your life or you know nothing about Him, we would love for you to come and experience God with us.

What we believe:
We are an interdenominational group of Christians who believe that Jesus is the Son of God, physically came to the earth, lived a perfect life, died for payment of sins, and rose again three days later. We also believe that the Bible is the word of God and is from which we derive all of our beliefs. The Bible is central to all we do at Cru, from Bible studies to teaching to discipleship. We are a chapter of Cru, an international movement, whose complete statement of faith can be found here.

What we do:
Every week we meet on Thursday night at 8:00 at the ARC in Multi-Purpose room #6. Each week we will be diving into what does it mean to know God and how that effects our lives today!

Multi-Purpose room #6 in the ARC

There are also Bible studies all across campus. See our Bible Studies page for more information!

Contact us:
There are several staff who help resource Cru.  If Scott or Hannah can’t answer your questions they will direct you to someone who can.