SRPW Groups

Gators’ Interfaith Circle Fall 2022

SRPW offers a number of opportunities for students to balance their academic pursuits with religious and spiritual activities. In addition to religious services,  Allegheny students can engage in groups that provide personal and social connections, outreach to the community, and programming. Along with the clubs listed below, the South Asian Student Society provides a home for many Hindu students, and some Buddhists belong to the Meditation Club. All students are welcome to become involved in MOSAICA number of small groups and Bible studies are available each semester, including Women’s Bible Study, Dudes Bible Study, and occasional book groups. 

Hillel offers opportunities for Jewish students to celebrate important festivals and explore their culture through weekly Shabbat observances and other events.

Hillel Students

Allegheny Christian Outreach (ACO) is a large-group fellowship that helps students to know and follow Jesus. Students help each other deepen and live out their Christian faith through Bible study, prayer, worship, service, and retreats.

Allegheny Christian Outreach

Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) expresses the good news of Jesus through the lens of sports and competition with weekly meetings, small groups, Bibles studies, game nights, and a life-giving community.

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Islamic Cultural Association (ICA) provides support for Muslim students and welcomes anyone who is interested in  confronting stereotypes and Islamophobia, as a way to build mutual respect.

ICA Members

Newman Catholic Campus Ministry brings Catholic students together for conversation, movie nights, and other events and offers retreats and outings.

Newman Catholic

Sojourners: Sojourners is an interfaith spirituality group open to anyone and everyone on campus. It is a space to pause and reflect on your own experiences while learning about those of your peers. Sojourners organizes meditations, fellowship opportunities to learn about religious holidays and their histories, and open conversational meetings for students to discuss what is on their minds.