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1. Victory Ministries Of Austin

2300 Canterbury StAustin, TX 78702

(512) 480-9628
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Victory Fellowship Ministries

2. Victory Fellowship Ministries

5207 Airport BlvdAustin, TX 78751

(512) 407-9570
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Hill Country Bible Church UT
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Seems like a fairly decent clo...

Seems like a fairly decent close-knit church, although I've only visited once. The sermon was pretty good, although the praise music was ear-splittingly loud. The people (mostly college students) were very friendly and enthusiastic. Some major features of the church are its four on-campus outreach programs, one of which is specifically geared toward international students. Anyone UT students interested in spreading the gospel and studying the Bible with other believers can join these programs.Something worth noting: Although this church is located right behind the infamous University Baptist Church, Hill Country is not affiliated with it. However, they do rent their building from UBC.

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