We have several ways you can find out more information about the specific Faith Communities at Virginia Tech.
Infographic– This summarizes some of the groups with helpful information to easily and quickly sort between them. It gives you an “at a glance” picture of FCVT!
Catalog – Each Faith Community has a dedicated page with pictures to communicate what they are about! View the full catalog here.
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FCVT at a Glance
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Alpha Omega at Virginia Tech
Alpha Omega is a Christ-centered campus ministry, dedicated to bringing the light of Jesus into our midst. We are committed to fostering a space for people to learn about the mission of Jesus, our mission of bringing peace and justice to this world, and finding who God has created them to be. We want to make Jesus Christ a reality in our everyday lives, and the lives of others.
Baptist Collegiate Ministries at Virginia Tech – BCM
The Baptist Collegiate Ministries (BCM) is a Christ-centered organization open to all Virginia Tech students. Our main gatherings are our student-led worship time Tuesdays at 6:33 pm and our small group Bible studies Wednesdays and Thursdays at 8:00 pm. We also offer retreats, socials, athletics, and mission projects. Our BCM Center is on Washington Street close to Miles and Barringer.
A place where you can live, love and learn in genuine Biblical community together. Strong emphasis in studying and applying God’s Word to our lives. We eat together, study together, play together and reach out together to a hurting world.
The Bradley Study Center seeks to cultivate a thoughtful exploration of the Christian faith at Virginia Tech, encouraging discussion of life’s big questions and discovering how faith, learning, and calling relate to one another in advancing the common good for all.
“Campus Outreach exists to glorify God by building laborers on the campus for the lost world.” We are a group of students that are real about our sin and struggles, but rejoice in a great hope of free salvation through the finished work of Christ. Whether you’re a mature Christian seeking to grow and reach others, or a skeptic trying to explore what you believe, we would love to have you at one of our small or large group settings as we discover who God is and what his Word has to say to us.
The CCO invites students from all backgrounds to serve Jesus Christ with their entire lives. We deeply believe in God’s multiethnic kingdom and seek to build a community that reflects God’s heart for diversity and justice. We share the Gospel with students and develop passionate disciples of Jesus Christ. We serve together with a local church and invite students into the lives of our local congregation to worship, serve, and lead. Finally, we give students a vision for serving Jesus Christ with their whole lives: in their studies, jobs, communities, and families. We’d love to welcome you into this community!
Chabad seeks to be a “home away from home” for Jews on campus and offers a wealth of social, educational and spiritual programs at campuses across America and around the globe. At college, students are exposed to new ideas and experiences and Chabad seeks to ensure that students graduate as stronger and more empowered Jews than when they entered.
Chi Alpha (XA, short for Christ’s ambassadors: 2 Cor. 5:20) is a community devoted to Christ, fellowship, wholeness, mission, diversity, and empowerment. We have prayer meetings, social events, Bible studies, and a weekly worship service in Squires Student Center – Colonial Hall. Get connected, live for Christ, and build a strong foundation for a lifelong relationship with Him while making the best friends of your life in XA along the way!
College life in Christ is a non-denominational Christian Campus Ministry of the Blacksburg Church of Christ. We are committed to know Christ and to make Him known. We exist to seek, save, strengthen, and send students to the world for Christ. Being located close to campus we strive to be a resource for students to grow and mature in life and in faith. We are ready and excited for you to join in and help serve with us! It is our prayer that all students would live the college life in Christ.
Cru is a community where the gospel captures hearts, transforms lives, and launches men and women into a life-long adventure with Jesus Christ. We have a large-group weekly meeting and an extensive network of community groups all over campus and town. We’re also constantly hosting social and outreach events as well so there are lots of ways to get connected and stay involved.
The Canterbury Fellowship at Virginia Tech is an outreach of Christ Episcopal Church in Blacksburg and is devoted to the spiritual growth and well-being of the students, staff and faculty of VT. We are a welcoming, worshipping community dedicated to encouraging spiritual fellowship as well as personal spiritual exploration, encouraged by service and learning opportunities. Our worship is Christ-centered and follows the Anglican tradition of regular communion and corporate prayer. We meet weekly for dinner and worship at the Canterbury House.
Hillel at Virginia Tech is a student-led organization that develops programs that are compelling and accessible to as many people as possible.
For some students, this means going to other countries to work with the Jewish communities in those places. For other students, it means going on Taglit-Birthright trips to explore Israel with Israelis and get firsthand experience of the nature of that country. And for others, it means engaging deeply with very different cultures to learn more about themselves and their own identity.
Our student leaders create a broad range of social, cultural, educational and religious events almost every day. Our special initiatives such as Daniel Pearl Music Day, Taglit Birthright Israel trips, Jewish Learning Fellowships, Holocaust: Reading of the Names, and Vitality: Health & Wellness are rooted in Jewish tradition.
At Hillel, we help students connect with their traditions, with each other, and with their community. We are a place where they can ask and discuss questions in a way that adds value to the lives they’re living and the lives of others. Questions like: What’s really important to me? How do I bring balance to my life? Who is my community? What does it mean to be connected to a history? How do I deal with the passage of time? If I ever have children, what do I want to teach them? If I ever get married, what do I want my marriage to look like? We hope you’ll join us.
We are a community seeking to know God deeply ourselves and to make Him known on all corners of Virginia Tech’s campus. Since we have been deeply touched by the love of a Father who knows all of us and still loves us completely, we desire to both know and love every Hokie and share the grace and peace of Jesus with them. Our primary meeting spaces are weekly small groups and large group in addition to plenty of discipleship meetings, fun hangouts, and weekend getaways.
Coming out of Dwelling Place Christian Fellowship, a non-denominational church in Christiansburg, Kleros seeks to provide a safe place for community and fellowship to enable students to experience, learn, and share the love of Christ. We gather Tuesdays at 6:30pm in Squires for our large group meeting, a time for worship, prayer, and discussion. Our student led and interest based community groups meet at various times throughout the week as an intentional time of fellowship and sharing the gospel.
Lutheran Outreach at Virginia Tech (LOVT) is a ministry of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod sponsored by Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Roanoke. Our community is founded on the teachings and practice of the Holy Scriptures and the Lutheran Confessions. We receive God’s gifts together weekly through Word and Sacrament ministry provided on campus on Sunday afternoons in War Memorial Chapel. We participate in Christ’s church with midweek Bible studies, prayer, servant events, retreats, and mission work. Visit or contact us by the information below!
The MSA is Virginia Tech student organization focused primarily on the cultural interaction between the students on campus. It serves primarily the Muslim students to facilitate their life on campus. Also, MSA helps other students to learn more about Islam, Muslims and their cultural background. MSA tries to promote understanding between different students of different religious and ethnic backgrounds on a rational basis which, as we believe, will help in building a healthier student community at Virginia Tech. The MSA works hand-in-hand to delete any misconceptions about the Muslim people as well as negative stereotypes. It is also a service-based organization in which it facilitates the Islamic practices of its members in every respective possibly way and acts as a venue for Muslims and Muslim Americans to share and illustrate their different aspects of their cultures with their surroundings. Contact Ziyad Shalaby.
The Navigators is cross-denominational Christian ministry that shares the Gospel of Jesus and helps people grow in their relationship with God through life-to-life discipleship. Our ROTC Ministry serves the Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets by helping establish cadets in their faith and equipping them spiritually for the opportunities and challenges that await them as they enter the military. We meet regularly through group gatherings, weekly Bible studies, and one-on-one discipleship.
At (NLCF) we have hundreds of people, mostly students like you, come out to our sunday services. We meet at 11am in Colonial Hall inside Squires Student Center, and at 7.07pm at 130 Jackson, our building downtown (quick walk from Squires- see web for directions.) Our teachings are fun, deep and relevant, and our music is alternative and progressive. But that is not enough is it? We also have Engage Groups (think Bible study families on a mission) that meet weekly on or near campus. The big group on Sunday is nice so you can worship and learn about God with lots of people, but Engage Groups are where you can make real friends and make real changes. We go to football games, concerts, we eat out, go on retreats, road trips to conferences and mission trips, and tons more. We like to say that we invest in spiritual growth, invite people to follow Jesus and inspire them to change the world. If you like how this sounds but are looking for more of a blend of students and families, then try out our 10.00am service at 130 Jackson! Check us out or email us. Looking forward to meeting you soon! Go Hokies!
VTRUF exists to reach students for Christ and equip them to serve. We meet weekly for Large Group on Tuesdays at 8:30pm in the War Memorial Chapel. We have weekly Small Groups and work hard to build a beautiful community on campus. VTRUF is connected to the Presbyterian Church in America, but reaches all students- the convinced and unconvinced. We are a safe place to ask questions about your doubts. Can’t wait to have you join us!
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Institute of Religion Institutes of religion provide weekday religious instruction for young singles and married college students. Institutes also provide opportunities to meet, associate with, and establish lasting relationships with others; serve; receive leadership training; address concerns with academic work; and grow spiritually. Please join us.
We are an Christian Campus ministry of the Presbyterian Church, USA. We meet weekly for dinner, fellowship and worship. We provide a safe, supportive and inclusive community where people can question and grow in faith.
Valor is a community of cadets and midshipmen where Jesus Christ is known and experienced, and the gospel transforms lives for a lifetime of leadership. We meet in small groups throughout the week and come together regularly for large group meetings as well.
Wesley is a campus ministry of the United Methodist Church that seeks to be in ministry with students at Virginia Tech. We are passionate about Spiritual Growth, Grace, and Love which is lived out through our ministries of Discipleship, Worship, Mission, Fellowship, and Outreach. We are an affirming and inclusive community that seeks to “Love Out Loud” to all people.
Young Life is an international, nondenominational Christian organization that seeks to care for students in a mentoring way and helping people grow in their faith. On Virginia Tech’s campus, we have Young Life College events weekly as well as events specifically freshmen/new to campus students on Sunday evenings. For more information or how to get involved, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.