RELIGIOUS LIFE

Chaplaincies

ABSALOM JONES CANTERBURY STUDENT ASSOCIATION

Episcopal/Anglican Campus Ministry
This is a global fellowship of students with members from Africa, the Caribbean and other parts of the African Diaspora and the United States, whose mission is to grow as disciples of Christ through worship, intellectual exploration, social companionship, and service/cultural travel. We witness and serve in a diverse academic, ecumenical, and interfaith context, through local, national and international volunteer service, internships and student projects. We also gather to share and celebrate the distinctive presence and contributions of Anglican Christianity.

Weekly Bible Study: Tuesdays, 7-9pm, Carnegie, Contact(s)
Rev. Robyn Franklin-Vaughn, Chaplain, 202-238-2692

THE BAPTIST STUDENT MINISTRIES

The Baptist Student Ministries is an active witness to faith in Jesus Christ that equips and empowers students to embrace the tenets of discipleship to Jesus Christ. We minister to the needs of students, faculty and staff through Bible studies, pastoral care, fellowship activities, discussion groups, service mission trips and Chapel worship.

Visit our website at chapel.howard.edu

Weekly Bible Study: Mondays, 5pm, Thurman Lounge, Chapel Lower Level, Contact(s)
TBA, Chaplain

HOWARD UNIVERSITY ADVENTIST STUDENT ASSOCIATION

Seventh Day Adventist Campus Ministry
This campus ministry seeks to reflect godliness through worship, praise, fellowship, service and evangelism (in-reach and outreach). Our goals are to meet and accept people where they are, make them thirsty for the love of God, and encourage discipleship that builds and enhances the spiritual climate on the University’s campus. Activities include Bible study and supper groups, visitation helping ministry and ministry to disadvantaged youth and homeless persons.

Weekly Bible Study: Fridays, 7-9pm, Contact(s)
Elder Larry Jones, Chaplain, 202-359-3984 or 301-324-1452

Student leader – Zakiya Goins McCants , huadventists@gmail.com
h3. HOWARD UNIVERSITY BAHA’I STUDENT ASSOCIATION

The purposes of this association are to offer spiritual and academic support to all students and acquaint them with Baha’ principles. We also seek to foster understanding of the cultures that make up the world?population and explore the spiritual aspects that make us “one” ?e world, one planet, one race.

Activities and Services: Interfaith prayer services and coffeehouse, College of Dentistry Dates and times to be announced
Contact(s)
TBA

HOWARD UNIVERSITY MUSLIM STUDENT ASSOCIATION

Our vision and goal are to develop a vibrant Muslim community that studies, teaches and works at Howard University, manifesting the best Islamic conduct and productivity in the model of the Medina of the prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and the great companions. Our principal activities are Qur’anic study, support groups, mission trips, church visitations, daily and Friday prayers, Ramadhan Iftar and Taraweeh, Hajj Scholarship, study abroad programs, Friday night youth discussion groups and Sunday Islamic leadership training.

Visit our website forthcoming.

Activities and Services: Jumah Prayer, Fridays, 1-2pm, Drew Hall Community Room
Contact(s): INFOHUMSA@yahoo.com
Advisor: Muhadmad Abdur-Rashid

LUTHERAN CAMPUS MINISTRY

We are Christians shaped by the Lutheran tradition who invite others to join us in celebration of the signs of the Spirit working at Howard University. We extend this invitation through acts of worship, study, service, and cultural expression. We love and support one another as we live the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Weekly Bible Study: Tuesdays, 7-9pm, Carnegie, Contact(s)
Rev. Robyn Franklin-Vaughn, Chaplain, 202-238-2692

THE NAVIGATORS CHRISTIAN MEN’S FELLOWSHIP

We seek to win to Christ those who do not have a personal relationship with him. We seek to help those who know Christ to build up their faith and discipline so they will impact future generations with their godliness and maturity. The Navigators Christian Fellowship is a ministry that is best suited for those who want to become serious about God and their walk with God. We have ongoing Bible studies, evangelism outreach, fellowship, summer mission opportunities, cook-outs and prayer meetings.

Visit our website at www.navigators.org

Weekly Bible Study: Tuesdays, 7-8:30pm, Varies, Contact(s)
Rev. Eugene Burrell, Chaplain, 202-238-2682

THE NEWMAN CLUB

Roman Catholic Campus Ministry
The Newman Club is the Catholic community at Howard University, which is dedicated to sharing the presence of the Lord Jesus through worship, prayer, discussion, outreach and fellowship. The Newman Club celebrates the unity of our faith through a diversity of cultures. We strive to work with other campus ministries to foster Christian love and service.

Sunday Mass: Sundays, 10am, Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel
Weekday Mass: Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, 12pm, Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel

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Deacon Joseph Bell, Chaplain, 202-806-7280, hunewmanclub@aol.com

PENTECOSTAL/APOSTOLIC

For information please contact the Office of the Dean of the Chapel.

Contacts
TBA, Chaplain

TOM SKINNER CAMPUS MINISTRY

The purpose of Tom Skinner Campus Ministry is to produce a new generation of Christ-centered leaders who are both technically and morally excellent. The ministry’s most significant activity is its one-hour Noonday Fellowship, held every Wednesday and Friday in the Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel. We provide moral and spiritual growth for students through Christ-centered worship, prayer, exhortation from Scripture, fellowship, teaching, and networking with others in the faith.

Prayer: Mondays and Wednesdays, 12-1pm, Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel
Contacts
Rev. Michael Worsley, Chaplain

WESLEY FOUNDATION UNITED METHODIST CAMPUS MINISTRY

We are the United Methodist Church at Howard University. Our mission is to make disciples of Jesus Christ. Our purpose is to help students to establish and strengthen their personal relationship with God in order to transform and empower them for global leadership. This is achieved through the engagement of the means of grace, which include the spiritual disciplines of Bible study, prayer, Holy Communion, worship, vocational discernment, and community outreach. Additionally we covenant with other campus religious organizations and partner with other local churches and campus ministries in the areas of social justice, fellowship and short-term mission.

Weekly Bible Study: Tuesdays, 7:30-9pm, Location TBD; Vocational Discernment, 7:30-9pm, Location TBD
Contact(s)
Contact Chapel Office at 202-806-7280