Better Together: Cur Non?
Better Together is an initiative to bring Interfaith cooperation to campus through Interfaith Youth Core's values of "Voice, Engage, and Act." The goal? To help ensure that religious pluralism and respect exists in our society and on campus, so that no one ever feels ashamed of his/her beliefs.
DiscipleMakers Christian Fellowship
DiscipleMakers Christian Fellowship strives to help every person come to know Christ, grow deeper in his or her relationship with God, and be equipped to follow Jesus’ commission to “make disciples of all nations.” This occurs through worship, group meetings, Bible studies, discipleship, outreach, and community-building events.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Fellowship of Christian Athletes encourages students to grow in their faith and sport through fellowship, prayer and bible study. Participants do not have to be a member of a sports team; all are invited to join. FCA meets for an hour every Sunday in Pardee 102 at 7:00pm.
Lafayette Freethinkers Association is a secular group on campus that focuses on fostering a community of students who identify as secular individuals. Individuals of all faiths and belief systems are welcome. The group sponsors talks from professors and other members of the community. A proud member of the national Secular Students Alliance.
Lafayette College Hillel Society is a Jewish organization that sponsors religious, cultural, and social events throughout the academic year. Programs include local and national speakers, musical groups, monthly bagel brunches, holiday celebrations, and weekly Shabbat dinners.
Muslim Student Association
Lafayette's Muslim Student Association brings together Muslim students with other groups on campus and Muslims in the community. MSA organizes lunchtime talks about Islam, trips to the Easton mosque for prayers and an annual event to celebrate Eid/Diwali with the International Students Association.
Established by the Oblates in 1978, the Newman Association creates a caring environment in which students can explore their own personal interests while being united by their faith. Although primarily a Catholic organization, Newman welcomes individuals of all religions.
Young Life College at Lafayette exists as a gathering place for students, regardless of their religious beliefs, to connect with each other, explore questions, seek answers, and be energized in a community that exists to pursue Jesus in real and authentic ways.