Fellowship Groups

Fellowship1Spiritual and Religious Life offers a number of opportunities for students to balance their academic pursuits with spiritual growth. In addition to regular worship opportunities, Allegheny students can engage in religious groups that provide fellowship, study, outreach, and special programs.

A number of small groups and Bible studies are available each semester – Women’s Bible Study, Dudes’ Bible Study, and others. Contact our staff or student leaders for details.

Allegheny Christian Outreach (ACO)
grows from the evangelical Reformed tradition and provides weekly fellowship, study and worship opportunities, along with retreats and service projects. ACO meets on Tuesdays at 8:30 pm in the Ford Chapel Oratory.

Fellowship2Allegheny Community for Earth-Based Spirituality (ACES) brings together those holding alternative spiritual beliefs.  ACES meets on Thursdays at 5:00 pm in Campus Center #206.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) provides spiritual nurture for athletes and non-athletes. FCA meets on Thursdays at 8:30 pm in Campus Center #301-302

Hillel offers opportunities for Jewish students to celebrate important festivals and explore their culture. Hillel observes Shabbat weekly and meets as scheduled each semester.

Interested students of all faiths or of none, along with representatives of religious life groups, are a part of Interfaith Fellowship (IFF), which meets regularly for interfaith discussion, community service, and social events. IFF sponsors an annual “Faith Week” to increase awareness on campus of religious issues and matters of faith.

Fellowship3Newman Catholic Campus Ministry brings Catholic students together for conversation, movie nights, and other events and offers retreats and outings. Newman meets on Mondays at 8:00 pm in Campus Center #206.

Project Nur is a student-led initiative advocating for social justice by empowering responsible leaders to cultivate an environment of acceptance and mutual respect between Muslims and other communities.

Secular Student Alliance (SSA) gives a voice to atheist, agnostic, non-religious, and secular students, promoting scientific and critical thinking.

Society of Buddhist and Hindu Students (SBHS) offers students from these backgrounds and the campus community field trips and holiday celebrations.

Sojourners Christian Fellowship
provides weekly table fellowship, study, and service opportunities. Sojourners meets on Wednesdays at 5:00 pm in Campus Center #206 (bring your dinner from McKinley’s).