Cornerstone Campus Ministry brings students together at UAlbany to make a difference in the world.

We have what you're looking for! 

Join us for a variety of activities and great adventures; volunteer for a local community service project or join us for our annual mission trip; be part of our vibrant and relevant worship services; learn more in a Bible study or reflection group; meet new friends and establish relationships that are real. Come and join us as we journey in faith together!


You can get more information via our website (
Facebook (Cornerstone Campus Ministry), 
Twitter (UA_Cornerstone) or Instagram (UA Cornerstone).  
Rev. Sandy Damhof

Protestant Campus Minister
Rev. Sandy Damhof (518-489-8573 x26;  

Connect with Cornerstone
Follow us on Instagram: UACornerstone
Find us on Facebook: Cornerstone Campus Ministry
Follow us on Twitter: UA_Cornerstone
Join our group on MyInvolvement
Don’t know where the Interfaith Center is? 
Check out the UAlbany walking, driving, biking interactive map (
… or just call or text Sandy at 518-495-0029.

On Campus Worship 

Every Sunday Evening

Interdenominational Worship 
@ 5:00 p. m.
& Sunday Supper
@ 6:00 p.m

Yes, you can sleep late and still go to church.
Join us for our weekend worship – an interdenominational service open to everyone.
We have a great mix of contemporary music with some more traditional aspects and a message that’s relevant for you!

click here for weekly themes & more

Faith & Food  

Every Tuesday

@ 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.
 at The Interfaith Center

Food for your body & food for your soul!

Home cooked meal provided by one of our congregational partners is served from 6-7
followed by 30 minutes of faith reflection to help you connect with God.

click here for a list of who's bringing dinner & what we're doing

Bible Study  -  Java & Justice

Bible Study
2nd and 4th Wednesday @ 7:00 p.m.
Join us for Bible Study!  Whether you're bible scholar or bible beginner, you're welcome! It's a great way to read, study, reflect and learn from each other.

Click on Bible Studies to learn more

Java and Justice

1st Wednesday @ 7:30 p.m.

Once a month - on the 1st Wednesday of each month - we'll gather at Professor Java's, 217 Wolf Road in Albany for a discussion of issues related to the Moral Monday Movement. The gathering will take place from 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. in a room we reserved. You'll be free to order your own coffee, tea, refreshments. Emily McNeill from the Labor Religion Coalition will introduce each topic and then we'll invite a guest speaker to expand on the topic and then I'll add some theological/scriptural reflection and then we hope you'll join in the informal discussion and we listen to and learn from each other.