Student Religious Organizations
Student-led religious groups, which meet during the academic year, offer friendship, support, study and prayer. Each group welcomes newcomers.
Alternative Break Trips
Faith-based alternative break trips give students an opportunity to put faith into action. The service trips are usually offered during the October recess, between terms in December or January and the February winter break. For more information see Alternative Break Trips.
Barnabas Society is an informal fellowship for Religious Studies majors and minors, members of Theta Alpha Kappa (Religious Studies honorary society), those considering faith-based vocations and their friends. The group meets periodically. Contact the Chaplain for more information.
Catholic Students Organization (CSO)
CSO offers weekly disccusion, support and prayer and periodic retreats, reflection days, and social activities. All activities have a Catholic-based focus and theology but are open to all students. CSO meets Thursdays nights at 7 p.m. in the Red Room.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
Fellowship of Christian Athletes is open to all those interested in fellowship and fun. Meetings include a time of sharing and prayer, a game and then short devotional. FCA meets Thursdays at 7 pm in the Hogan Conference Room on the 3rd flor.
The Interfaith Council promotes respect and understanding of the worlds' major religious traditions. The Council sponsors speakers, movies and educational events thorughout the years and meets weekly for discussion and planning. Please contact the chaplain for further information.
Students with a variety of spiritual backgrounds gather to explore God’s love, truth, and Word by means of worship, prayer, skits and a message. New Life is dedicated to helping students grow in their walk with Christ, fellowshipping with other believers and exploring Christianity. New Life meets Wednesday nights at 9 pm in Van Dusen.
Student-led Bible studies and prayer groups meet weekly throughout the year.
In addition to fellowship groups, there are student-led small group Bible studies and book discussions that meet weekly. Each group welcomes students of any faith tradition and is delighted to have new participants join the group at any time. Please contact the Chaplain or see this page for the current schedule.