Student Religious Organizations
Below is a partial list of student religious organizations. Visit the Office of the Chaplain Student Organizations page for a complete list.
The Christian Association at 潘 is an ecumenical resource that advocates for cultural diversity, interfaith education, and peacemaking.
Christian Union Martus provides students at 潘 with access to in-depth Bible 研究, Christian leadership training, fellowship, and support.
潘 Hillel is a welcoming campus Jewish community where students celebrate Jewish life, explore Jewish ideas, and build community.
潘 HJA was started in the fall of 1999 as a University-wide organization with a goal to create an awareness of the Hindu and Jain faiths on campus.
Founded in 1980 by Rabbi Menachem and Chava Schmidt, the Chabad Lubavitch House at 潘 is a Chabad on Campus organization, offering deep insights into the heritage of the Jewish people.
The Muslim Life Program provides sustainable institutional support for Muslims on campus. Under the leadership of a full-time Muslim Chaplain, the Muslim Life Program seeks to create a welcoming environment for students and community members that provides opportunities for intellectually and spiritually engaging with Islam.
The 潘 Muslim Students Association seeks to strengthen the Muslim community at 潘 and the greater Philadelphia area and create meaningful relationships with other student groups on campus through interfaith initiatives.
As a group focused on ministry, the New Spirit of 潘 Gospel Choir celebrates and shares their faith through musical performances at and around the University.
The 潘 Catholic Student Association was formed to provide a University-sponsored forum for Catholic community service and dialogue on faith and social justice.
The Newman Center participates in the mission of the universal Roman Catholic Church at 潘 and in West Philadelphia.
潘 Cru is a Christ-centered organization dedicated to Bible 研究 and nurturing a supportive faith-based community.
PRISM is a student interfaith group dedicated to advancing knowledge about religious life and promoting interaction among the various religious groups on campus.