We believe everyone is on a spiritual journey…

Some people might be moving toward God, others might be moving away from God, and some people might be somewhere in the middle… or they may not know where they are!

Cru @ BU’s goal is to join others on their spiritual journeys. We want to give everyone in Boston the chance to hear the gospel, learn about Jesus, and respond to it. We think that perhaps the best way to hear the gospel is to see it lived out in community. We’d love to have you join us!

Here are a few ways you can get involved:

Come to LIVE!, our Tuesday night gathering to meet others from BU.

Get involved in a Life Group so you can build some deeper relationships.

Check out our Facebook Page which is a great place to find out about events like apple picking and snow tubing!

LIVE!

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Tuesdays @ 8pm in BU Central

We believe in having conversations that matter.

Tuesday night at LIVE! could look like this:
We’ve got coffee and snacks.
A band or musician.
A stage.
An emcee.
After the performance, a student or a Cru staff person steps up and shares a few thoughts on life, God, culture, relationships, Jesus…you name it.
Then the part where you get a chance to share what you think and discuss with a few people around a table.

We want this time to be all about having conversations that matter and sharing what you really think.

We like the idea that while truth is something we seek outside of ourselves, your journey is your own, and we’re here to help along the way.

Come meet people, drink coffee, listen to music, and share YOUR story.

Contact Todd Williams for more information.

LIFE GROUPS

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A life group is a group of people who’ve chosen to intentionally do life together, and at BU, you’ll find students gathering together weekly in life groups across campus in dorms, dinning halls, or off-campus apartments.

You might hear them being called communities of grace and truth, and what that means is they are places that are safe for you to be yourself, with all your questions and baggage.

This means each of us is accepted, loved and cared for, but out of that love, there will come a healthy amount of “truth.” We want to see lives changed, so we are committed to challenging each other with what the Bible says.

If you would like to join a Life Group this semester, please contact Malisa Ellis.