Campus Ministry

Whether you’re a person of strong faith, strong doubts or a little of both, you’re welcome at Campus Ministry. Join us for spiritual retreats, volunteer projects and more as you deepen your commitment to self-reflection, service and social justice.

Join Us in Faith

Grounded in Jesuit tradition and welcoming to all, Campus Ministry offers a range of transformative programs from liturgy and worship; to spiritual retreats and immersions; to community service and justice projects.

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Liturgy and Faith

Deepen your spiritual growth through attendance at mass or service in the liturgical ministry. The interfaith prayer room is a quiet space open to all. 

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Reflection and Retreats

Campus Ministry organizes retreats, small-group communities, peer leadership teams and more — all opportunities to reflect on your spiritual journey in a supportive setting.

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Service and Justice

Dive in and do more for and with underrepresented populations and global communities. From volunteer projects in Philadelphia to immersion programs in Ecuador and beyond, you’ll grow in solidarity and service.

Worship Schedule

Liturgy and worship are at the heart of Jesuit tradition. We offer daily and weekly masses during the academic year. Not a Catholic? No matter your faith tradition, we’re here to support your spiritual journey.

  • Catholic Mass Schedule

    Masses are held in the Chapel of Saint Joseph – Michael J. Smith, SJ, Memorial.

    Sunday Mass

    11 a.m.: Community mass (year-round)

    7 p.m.: Full choir and band (when classes are in session)

    9 p.m.: Candlelight mass (when classes are in session)

    Daily Mass

    Monday – Friday
    12:20 p.m. (when classes are in session)

    Reconciliation

    Wednesday
    8:45 p.m. – 9:15 p.m. (during Wednesday worship)

    Thursday
    4:30 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.

    Daily 
    9 a.m. – 7 p.m. at the Jesuit Residence on City Avenue (go to the visitor entrance and dial the priest of your choice)

    Eucharistic Adoration

    8:30 p.m. Wednesday 
    Adoration with praise and worship music followed by food and conversation in the Chapel of St. Joseph (when classes are in session)

  • Ardmore United Methodist Church

    200 Argyle Road, Ardmore, PA 19003; 610-649-4382

     

    Overbrook Presbyterian Church

    6376 City Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19151; 215-877-2744

     

    Church of St. John Episcopal

    404 Levering Mill Road, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004; 610-664-4517

     

    African Episcopal Church of St. Thomas

    6361 Lancaster Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19151; 215-473-3065

     

    Pinn Memorial Baptist Church

    2251 N 54th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19131; 215-878-2742

     

    Holy Trinity Lutheran Church

    196 Woodbine Ave. Narberth, PA 19072; 610-664-5503

     

    Church of Saint Asaph, Episcopal

    27 Conshocken State Road, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004; 610-664-0966

     

    West-Side Baptist Church

    2416 N 54th St Philadelphia, PA 19131; 215-878-1922

     

    Endtime Zion Church of Jesus Christ

    2259 Bryn Mawr Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19131; 215-473-3993

     

    International Church of God

    1827 N 54th Street Philadelphia, PA 19131; 215-877-1555

     

    Greater Enon Baptist Church

    1709 N 52nd St. Philadelphia, PA 19131; 215-477-0195

     

    Gates of Heaven Church

    1755 N 57th St. Philadelphia, PA 19131; 215-877-7322

     

    First African Baptist Church

    906 Marlyn Rd. Philadelphia, PA 19151; 215-735-1050

     

    Merion Friends Meeting

    615 Montgomery Avenue Merion Station, PA 19066; 610- 664-4210

  • Adath Israel (conservative)

    250 N. Highland Ave. Merion Station, PA 19066; 610-664-5150

     

    Lower Merion Synagogue (orthodox)

    123 Old Lancaster Road, Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004; 610-664-5626

     

    Main Line Reform Temple

    410 Montgomery Ave. Wynnewood, PA 19096; 610-649-7800

     

    Aish HaTorah

    50 Montgomery Ave. Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004; 610-668-9600

     

    Beth Hamedrash

    200 Haverford Rd. Wynnewood, PA 19096; 610-642-6444

     

    Lubavitch of the Mainline (Chabad Center for Jewish Life)

    General Wayne Inn, 625 Montgomery Ave. Merion Station, PA 19066; 610-660-9900

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  • The Mosque of Shaikh M. R. Bawa Muhaiyaddeen

    5820 Overbrook Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19131; 215-879-6300

     

    Masjid Salaam

    1214 N. 41st St. Philadelphia, PA 19104; 215-473-3222

     

    Masjid Al-Madinah

    6800 Ludlow St. Upper Darby, PA 19082 ; 610-352-7774

     

    Philadelphia Masjid Inc

    4700 Wyalusing Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19131; 215-877-2800

     

    Masjid Al-Jamia

    4228 Walnut St. Philadelphia, PA 19104; 267-275-8087

     

    The Islamic Center of Ridge Avenue

    3112 Ridge Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19121; 215-232-9435

  • Baha’i Center Philadelphia Regional Baha’i Center

    2462 Bryn Mawr Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19131; 215-879-8866

  • Radha Krishna Temple

    41 W Allen Ln. Philadelphia, PA 19119; 215-247-4600

     

    Samarpan Hindu Temple

    6515 Bustleton Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19149; 215-537-9537

  • Buddhist Congregational

    136 Austin Ave. Lansdowne, PA 19050; 610-626-2473

     

    Lian Sheng Tang Buddha Temple

    1539 McKean St. Philadelphia PA 19145; 267-687-1904

  • Philadelphia Sikh Society

    6706 Garden Court Rd. Upper Darby, PA 19082; 610-352-4733

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Service Immersion

Appalachian Experience Program

Spend your spring break in Appalachia with more than 500 of your best friends, where you’ll help to build houses, paint, mulch, lay concrete — and learn about the culture and concerns of this community.

Opportunities for Freshmen

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First-year students reflect on their transition to college in these peer-led, off-campus retreats. Build friendships, hear from upperclassmen and discover a deeper, fuller way to live.

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Develop leadership skills and get active in Campus Ministry. Through regular meetings, retreats and participation in Theology 154, you’ll build community in a faith-based context.

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First-year students meet weekly in small-group settings for community service, social justice education and reflection.

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Give back

Community Garden

Grounded in sustainability and social justice, this organic garden nourishes both body and soul. We partner with community organizations to give away everything we grow.