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Student Organizations

faith based student involvement on campus

Looking to get involved with other students interested in their faith? Check out some of these organizations on campus! Visit Campus Ministry's website for more information about other faith groups and programs.

Asian Baptist Student Koinonia (ABSK)

Baptist/Protestant/Evangelical

Asian Baptist Student Koinonia (ABSK) at Boston College is a group of Christian students who wants to experience God's love together during both the joyful and stressful times of college life.

  1. Bible Studies Fridays @ 7:00 PM in Fulton 310
  2. ABSK Website
  3. Email absk@bc.edu
  4. Contact:  Jason Lee, leekkl@bc.edu or (857) 233-7634


Asian Christian Fellowship (Intervarsity)

Nondenominational/Protestant/Evangelical

Asian Christian Fellowship (ACF), seeks to provide a place for students to explore, learn, and grow in their relationship with God. Our mission is unique in that we seek to offer an Asian-specific cultural lens to the Gospel.

  • Tuesdays @ 7:00 PM - Eagle's Nest
  • Contact: Joonhak James Lee, leefjg@bc.edu , (551) 404-2354 


Multi-Cultural Christian Fellowship (formerly Black Campus Ministry)

Protestant/In the African-American Church Tradition

MCCF strives to serve the diverse student body of Boston College and its surrounding communities through following Christ's example. We aspire to cultivate our growth by fostering conversation, prayer, and fellowship.

  • Mondays, 7:30 PM - Multi-Faith Center, 66 Commonwealth Avenue for for Bible study, prayer, and fellowship.
  • Every Sunday transportation is provided for students desiring to worship in the African American church tradition. The final stop of the Gospel Caravan is the Mass Ave Baptist Church in Cambridge. However, there are other churches on the route: A.M.E., Baptist, Episcopal or Pentecostal.
  • Retreats are time spent away from campus seeking spiritual direction, reflecting on our lives and relationships with Jesus Christ and our community. Time is spent in prayer, workshops, silence and having a good time with other participants. Most people think of retreats as very serious, "all work, no play" type of events and are pleasantly surprised to find out how much fun a retreat can be.
  • MCCF also sponsors social events and other activities.
  • Contact:
    Johvian Jean, jeanja@bc.edu, (857)544-5265

Intervasity Multi-Ethnic

  • Meetings:  Mondays, 5 PM, Multi-Faith Center
  • Contact:
    Patrick Zhou, zhoup@bc.edu, (781) 354-5875

 

Episcopal Eagles

Protestant/Episcopal/Anglican

The Episcopal Eagles is a student group which includes Episcopalians, Protestants, and Seekers.  We gather to worship and pray, talk and reflect, to create fellowship with church and community leaders, and to seek and serve God in the world.  We are a diverse group with a variety of faith perspectives and life experiences. So come as you are and be yourself! Everyone is welcome at the Lord’s Table!

  • Meetings are Wednesdays at 7:00 PM in the Interfaith Chapel, 66 Commonwealth Avenue, to share a simple meal, fellowship and worship together.
    Contact: Rev. Judith Stuart jlbstuart@aol.com or stuartjd@bc.edu
  • We also offer an annual pilgrimage, along with retreats, day trips and diocesan college ministry events to meet other college students in the Boston area for fun, fellowship and relaxation! 
  • Links
    Undergraduate: www.episcopaleaglesbc.org  
     

Buddhism Club at BC

  • Meets 10 PM Mondays, Multi-Faith Center
  • Contact: 
    Jeffrey Popham, popham@bc.edu 
     

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Nondenominational/Evangelical

  • Monday @ 7:30 PM - Football Lounge, Conte Forum (Use Press Entrance)


Hillel

National Jewish Student Organization

The Hillel of Boston College helps to serve the social, cultural and religious needs of Jewish students who attend BC as well as inform the rest of BC what it means to be Jewish. BC Hillel is part of the Regional Student Board of Hillel Council of New England that brings together students from all over the area. BC students participate in local, national, and international trips and conferences. Dr. Dan Kirschner, Faculty Advisor


Intervarsity Christian Fellowship

Nondenominational/Protestant/Evangelical

  • Contact Person: John Calendo calendo@bc.edu
  • InterVarsity Christian Fellowship is a Catholic and Protestant, multi-ethnic Christian community on campus for students who want to explore the Christian faith for the first time or grow deeper in their understanding of how to follow Jesus as college students.
  • Chapter Meetings: Thursdays, PM in Higgins 225
  • Website: Website: www.bc.edu/ivcf


Muslim Student Association

Muslim

The aim and purpose of the MSA is to serve the best interest of Muslim student on campus.  We promote friendly relations between Muslims and the greater Boston College community by providing lectures, film presentation, and informational dinners regarding Islam.

  • Friday prayers are held weekly at 1:00 PM in the Interfaith Chapel, 66 Commonwealth Avenue throughout the academic year.
  • Contact: Ibrahim Dayib, dayib@bc.edu or (857) 204-9714

Orthodox Christian Fellowship

Orthodox Christian

We participate in service projects on and off campus, worship together with local Orthodox priests and seminarians, and spend time together in fellowship (doing fun things like playing volleyball and going out to dinner!).

  • Orthodox Christian Fellowship has meetings on Tuesday nights from 7:30-8:30 PM in the Interfaith Chapel, 66 Commonwealth Avenue
  • Contact: Peter Smith, (860) 906-7388
  • Questions? E-mail bc_ocf@yahoo.com  

Interfaith Coalition (Formerly interfaith Dialogue Club)

Our ability to act with compassion, love, and respect towards all humankind, regardless of cultural or faith background, is of paramount importance.  The ability to engage in dialogue between different faith traditions has become increasingly important in order to gain an inter-religious and inter-cultural perspective on global affairs, as well as a way to strengthen one's own faith.  We hope to engage in all forms of dialogue, such as visiting worship services, engaging in service projects or sharing personal testimonies in a small group setting. 


 

United in Christ

The umbrella organization for Christian student groups

United in Christ is the umbrella organization over all the Christian Fellowship on campus. UIC seeks to foster a Unified Christian Community, increase awareness about the Christian faith, and make known the diverse opportunities for student involvement in the various Christian Fellowships.