Niskayuna Wesleyan Church

A Wesleyan church in Niskayuna, NY
Niskayuna Wesleyan Church

Plan Your Visit

935 Balltown Rd
Niskayuna, NY 12309



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Who We Are

Wesleyans we are a people who believe that a heart changing, personal, and growing relationship with Jesus Christ is the key to a truly meaningful life

About Us


Community Service, Children's Ministry, Youth Group

Contemporary, Hillsong-style, Passionate Reverent





Our Services

What are services like?
We offer a low key contemplative service with communion with piano, guitar and a few other instruments at 8:30 a.m. each week as well as a service of celebration with a full band and worship team at 10:30 a.m.. In between services there is a coffee hour with bible studies (Connection groups) for adults and children's programs.

What is the community like?
Relaxed family like atmosphere where everyone is valued, and participation is encouraged. We seek to be visible and valuable in our community and world, offering many opportunities for community service and outreach.

What if I'm not a Christian?
It is our desire to make our services user friendly and seeker safe. We try to explain what we are doing and why, not assuming that people know our traditions, creeds or songs. We respect first time guests and desire to welcome them without embarrassing them. We value the feedback we gain from people who don't think like us or understand our beliefs, therefore non-Christians are welcome in our services and fellowship groups.


Glenn Bozak

Pastor Glenn is a native of upstate New York, born in Troy and raised in the Adirondacks for the most part. Some of his formative years he lived in Africa where his parents were missionaries. Pastor Glenn is an inspirational speaker and worship leader. His preaching style is one which begins with the Bible and applies it to every day life. He has a BA in religion from Oklahoma Wesleyan University and two Masters degrees, in Ministerial leadership and Organizational Leadership from Indiana Wesleyan University.

What Members Say Add your voice

  • I attend Niskayuna Wesleyan Church, and love that it is a sincere community of people who love Jesus. It's a place where no one pretends to be perfect, but support and love each other in our brokenness. You'll be welcome no matter who you are, so stop delaying and come check it out!
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