Interfaith Student Council
Responding to our Jesuit university’s more than 200 year history of embracing religious diversity, the Georgetown University Interfaith Council attempts to foster an environment of inter-religious dialogue and understanding on campus. Ideally comprised of undergraduates representing Sikh, Jewish, Catholic, Hindu, Protestant, Orthodox Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, Mormon, Baha’i, and non-religious traditions, we recognize the power of interfaith cooperation in bringing about social peace and justice for all humankind. Looking to cultivate our own faith lives and support the spiritual journeys of other Hoyas, we recognize that dialogue not only allows us to learn about others’ beliefs, but also offers us an opportunity to enrich our own faith. Jointly created by the Office of Campus Ministry and the Georgetown University Students Association (GUSA) in 2001, the Interfaith Council is a completely student-driven organization that seeks to evolve and grow with insights and passions of students.
Bi-weekly meetings take place at 9pm on Mondays in Makóm.
FAITH IN CONVERSATION
A program for sustained inter-religious dialogue between students, rooted in sharing personal experiences, appreciating differences, and asking the tough questions. FIC offers an opportunity to not only learn about others,
but to also experience spiritual growth in one’s own tradition.
Join a group today by emailing, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Members of the Interfaith Student Council during the Can It! Food Drive.
If you have any questions about the Interfaith Student Council,
please contact email@example.com.