From its founding in 1789, Georgetown has welcomed students from various religious and non-religious backgrounds. This respect is deeply rooted in the university's Jesuit and Catholic Identity. Read more about Georgetown's Jesuit and Catholic heritage

On campus worship opportunities include Roman Catholic, Protestant, Jewish, Muslim, Orthodox Christian, and Hindu worship services. To find a place of worship on your campus, please choose a button below.

Catholic Ministry

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The Catholic Ministry focuses its mission on encouraging members of the Catholic community to grow in relationship with God through Jesus Christ. Students are involved in spiritual, liturgical, educational, and social activities including: retreats, choirs, RCIA/Confirmation, RENEW, social justice programs, and much more.


Catholic Ministry

 

Protestant Ministry 

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The Protestant Ministry serves a diverse Christian community, honoring the religious traditions of its members while affirming their oneness in Christ. The Protestant chaplains minister to the many branches of Protestant Christianity through Sunday worship on campus, bible studies, prayer groups, fellowship groups, service projects, and retreats.


Protestant Ministry

Jewish Life

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Through religious services, cultural programming, informal Jewish education, and service projects, Jewish Life invites students to explore unique Jewish values, identity, and traditions while sharing in Georgetown’s commitment to spiritual growth. 


Jewish Life

Muslim Life

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Muslim Life at Georgetown is focused on providing educational opportunities and spiritual support for the Muslim campus community, including but not limited to Friday Jum‘ah services, Qiyam al-Layl, Iftars, weekly halaqah and Qur’an study, and off-campus retreats. 


Muslim Life

Dharmic Life

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Dharmic Life serves students, faculty, and staff of all backgrounds. Hindu students gather as a community for meditation and discussion at Weekly Āratīs in Makóm in the Leavey Center. Our Buddhist students gather for weekly meditations. The Āratīs combine Sanskrit and English text to connect us to our tradition while making it accessible to all who attend. 


Dharmic Life

Orthodox Christian Life

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Orthodox Christian Life serves students, faculty, and staff of all Eastern Orthodox backgrounds. As liturgical life is central to the Church, weekly vespers services are offered along with other chaplaincy events including: discussion groups, social events, retreats and charity work.


Orthodox Christian Life

 

  • For more information about Campus Ministry's student groups, please check out the student organizations page.