Campus Ministry is home to a network of religious student clubs and organizations. Whether you are strongly identified with a particular faith tradition or hoping to explore one, we hope that you will find a group that will suit your needs. If you are interested in connecting with people of a faith tradition not represented in our student groups, contact Rev. Victoria Carr-Ware, Ecumenical and Multifaith Campus Minister, or explore our "Local Houses of Worship" map.
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Student-led Christian group that provides an open environment for all who seek a community in which to grow spiritually through the message of Jesus Christ. Anyone is welcome to join!
A place for anyone & everyone to come and find community, explore spirituality, and grow with one another and with God.
College ministry that fosters an authentic faith community for women driven by a love of Jesus Christ, and promotes vulnerability and growth in relationships with other women and with God.
EcoSangha is devoted to the propagation of Buddhism as an inherently ecological perspective and to finding answers to today's urgent environmental challenges, most particularly our destruction of the earth through Buddhism's three poisons of greed, hatred and ignorance.
Christian community that brings the love of God to every corner of campus by engaging in different cultures, social groups, and areas of campus through Bible Studies, semi-regular worship, and social events.
The JSU exists to provide a place for Jewish students to meet and connect on the SU campus and provide opportunities for the wider community to experience and learn more about Jewish culture and practices through campus wide events and programs. Keep your eyes open for JSU events around the Jewish holidays of Sukkot, Purim, Hanukkah, and Passover. Past events include a "Hanu-chaos" Party, Holocaust Remembrance event, and JSU Shabbat Dinner.
Kin provides a space for Catholic students to gather together in community and share in fellowship and conversation.
The MSA exists to provide a place for Muslim students to meet and connect on the SU campus as well as provide opportunities for the wider community to experience and learn more about Islam through campus wide events and programs. The MSA organizes a regular Jummah service each Friday at 1:30pm in the Multifaith Prayer Room located in Campion Hall. The Multifaith Prayer Room is available for our Muslim students to pray in on a first come first serve basis 24 hours a day and seven days a week.
Student-led Christian ministry that seeks to introduce students to Jesus Christ and help them grow in their faith.
For more information please contact Ecumenical and Multifaith Campus Minister Victoria Carr-Ware.