Campus Clubs

Please browse the descriptions below to learn more about the clubs and organizations at Sage devoted to religion and/or spirituality.

 

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship at Sage is a student organization where we investigate who Jesus is and what he calls us to do and who he calls us to be. We feel we have been called to this campus for a reason and we want to be a part of what God is doing in order to benefit our campus. We meet several times during the week. You do not have to be a Christian to participate in our group. We welcome everyone, regardless of your faith background or what you currently believe, we are on a journey together with Christ and all are welcome. If you are interested in learning more about us, please contact us. See below for our meeting times:

Small Groups - Bible studies where we come together, share our struggles, learn more about Jesus and learn how our faith impacts who we are.

Prayer Groups -During the week we come together to spend time having a conversation with God and seek direction from him.

Large Group - Friday evenings we come together to engage in worship, and prayer. We learn more about Christianity and how we can serve our campus.

Retreats -We go away once a semester with other InterVarsity students from across Upstate NY to get away, spend time with Jesus and grow more in our faith.

For more information please contact Niki Campbell at campbn@gmail.com

Events:

Tuesday Night Screenings - Tuesdays @ 4:30pm in Bush Memorial

Come, watch screenings of documentaries about relevant issues of today. We will discuss issues of justice, oppression and health. How can we as Women of Influence change the world?

Snacks provided!

Sponsored by InterVarsity Christian Fellowship.

 

Muslim Student Association

To learn more contact:

Jabin Ahmed
ahmedj@sage.edu
rsc.msa@facebook.com

 

Newman Catholic Campus Ministry

The Newman Community at Russell Sage is a group of your friends who meet during the year to share spiritually and socially. Those who participate in the Newman Community welcome all on campus to their various spiritual, social and service activities. The community meets in the Spirituality Center on Wednesdays from 3pm to 4:30pm for prayer and fellowship.


Opportunities at Newman include:

Times for prayer, meditation, and reflection.
An opportunity to learn more about the Catholic faith.
Retreats (weekend or day) for refreshment and renewal.
Service activities to help those in need.

Upcoming Events:

Emmaus Retreat, February 28 - March 2

click here for information and application.

 

RPI-Sage Hillel

Information about the RPI-Sage Hillel can be downloaded here.