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Antioch Boston College is the College Ministry sector of a local church called Antioch Community Church in Brighton, MA. We are a community that loves God, shares life, and proclaims the good news of Jesus. Although we are partnered with the church, our members are not limited to members of the church and our campus org is open to all students. All are welcome to attend our weekly Life Group meetings or our other events throughout the semester!


Weekly meetings are held three times a week for you to choose from.

Mondays: 7-9 PM at 54 Crosby Rd #2 (a little past Upper Campus)
Wednesdays: 7-9 PM in Mod 13A
Thursdays: 7-9 PM in 2150 Reflection Room


Jane Yoon, Monday Leader
Katie Lamirato, Wednesday Leader
Andrew Layman, Thursday Leader


Church website 

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Asian Baptist Student Koinonia (ABSK) is a Christian fellowship at Boston College composed of students who seek to know and love Jesus Christ through a life shared with Him and each other. Through bible studies, fun fellowship and activities, lots of food, and real friendships, we learn more about God, one another, and ourselves.

All are welcome to join us, whether you're looking for a spiritual home away from home or are wondering what this Christianity thing is all about. Despite our name, you don't have to be Asian or Baptist to join us :). All you need is a curiosity about the bible and a desire to know God in a personal way.

We meet for weekly Bible study & fellowship on Thursdays in Stokes S115 from 8 to 10 PM. Drop in and come get to know us!

For more information


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We are a group of BC students with an aim to help sports-minded people think and live biblically at the intersection of sport and Christianity. 


The Men's Group meets on Wednesdays at 7 pm in Gabelli 401 and the Women's Group meets on Thursdays at 7:30 PM in Vandy 507.


AIA Affiliate Campus Ministers:
Ben Pierce

Zoe Towler


Please visit the Athletes in Action website


The Bahá'í Club is a warm environment for people of all religious affiliations, beliefs and backgrounds! The club's main purposes are to bring people together in a spirit of friendship, to promote independent and unprejudiced thinking and to foster unity on campus amongst all students. We aim to provide an opportunity for participants to explore and discuss the Bahá'í teachings around important and pressing topics such as racism, equality of men and women, and unity in diversity and to share perspectives from other religious beliefs. So stop by and see what we are all about!


Student Contact: Alyssa Mottahed
Advisor: Sanaz Mohseni



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The Boston College Buddhism Club provides an open and welcoming environment for all students and faculty who have an interest in Buddhist meditation practices and philosophy. Drawing from Tibetan, Zen, Chan, and other traditions, we host weekly meditation sessions that put the often-stressful college life in a broader perspective. Come by and see what we're about! People of all faiths (or no faith) are welcome.


Thursdays from 7 - 8:30 PM in the Interfaith Chapel (66 Commonwealth Avenue)


Co-Presidents Joelle Resnik and Kristen Johnson


Join us on MyBC  and Facebook.

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ECBC is an active ministry of undergraduates, graduates, faculty and staff. Every Wednesday night during the academic year, we host a community dinner and fellowship hour with worship. Bible study, Compline, Taizé, community service projects, health and wellness days, weekly coffee house meetings, special programs and retreats are also regularly sponsored by ECBC. Joint chaplaincy offerings and an annual Global Partners trip are also highlights of the program.


Wednesdays from 6 - 7:30 PM in the Interfaith Chapel (66 Commonwealth Avenue)


Bridget Reposa, President
Carrie Milinazzo, Vice President
Connor Kerpius, Treasurer

Our vision is to be an organization of graduate students who follow Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior; growing in love for God, God's word, God's people of every ethnicity and culture, and God's purposes in the world through spiritual, intellectual, physcial and social pursuits. Learn more here.


The Hillel of Boston College helps to serve the social, cultural and religious needs of Jewish students and to enrich campus culture for all. We welcome members of the Boston College community from all backgrounds to our events and our community.

BC connects to the greater Boston Jewish communities as a part of Hillel Council of New England. Hillel Council brings together students from all over New England, with BC students participating in local, national, and international trips and conferences.


Every Friday Night at 6pm in the Gabelli 2nd Floor Lounge
(we also have events for various Jewish holidays)


Meggie Stone, Co-President
MCAS 2018

Talia Shapiro, Co-President
LSOE 2019

Haley Bannon, Treasurer

Leo Romano, Secretary

Andy Ritter, Event Coordinator

Ben Thomas, Event Coordinator

Alex Benthien, Publicity and Promotion

Lior Torenberg, Social Media Chair
LSOE 2018

Rachel Putterman, Rabbinical Advisor


Find us on MyBC.


Donate online here! In the section that says, "I wish to make my gift to:" select Other and then type in Hillel. Thank you!

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The Interfaith Coalition, formerly known as Interfaith Dialogue Club, has the ability to act with compassion, love, and respect towards all humankind, regardless of cultural 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.

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InterVarsity's Asian Christian Fellowship is a Christ centered community for all students to find God, purpose, and a place to serve. We welcome students of all faith and cultural backgrounds to join our community!


Weekly Large Group: Friday 7 PM Stokes S295
Email for information about small groups.


Carlande Nicolas, President
Melanie Qing, Vice-President
John Lee, Secretary
Jennifer Liao, Social Chair
Victoria Chandra, Treasurer

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BC Alive, Boston College's chapter of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, is an interdenominational, multi-ethnic, missional community, united under Jesus and called to share the joy of the Gospel by loving and serving the whole campus. Our regular programming includes weekly small group Bible studies, retreats, a Spring Break service trip, and Large Group Fellowship on Friday evenings.


Fridays at 5pm, alternating between seminar discussions in the Interfaith Chapel (66 Commonwealth Avenue) and social events in location TBA 


Tia Rashke, Treasurer and Large Group (Local Service/Social/Outreach) Coordinator
Stephanie Shou, Communications Coordinator and Small Group Leader
Abby McAuley, Prayer Group Leader
Jennifer Washle, Small Group Leader
Hannah Ladesic, Small Group Leader
Mary Ladesic, Small Group Leader
Titi Odedele, Small Group Leader
Briana Maund, Small Group Developing Leader
Odile Irakiza, Small Group Developing Leader
Michelle Zhou, Small Group Developing Leader
Dylan Cooper, Small Group Developing Leader


Join us on MyBC and Facebook.

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Korea Campus Crusade for Christ (KCCC) is a non-denominational movement committed to helping fulfill the Great Commission in our generation (Matt. 28:18-20) by winning, building and sending in the power of the Holy Spirit! It is our desire that we would be used by God to help reach students and faculty of Boston College with the Gospel so that every person on campus will know someone who truly follows Jesus Christ. 


Large group: Every Monday 7 - 9 PM in Devlin 221.
Small group: Meets at various times throughout the week! Contact a leader for more information.

Morning Prayer: Every Tuesday and Wednesday 7 - 8 AM in O'Neill 247.
Gethsemane Praise and Prayer (Regional Praise Nights): Bi-weekly, Saturday at 7:30 PM at Ruggles Baptist Church.


So Hyeon Park, Daepyodan (DPD) - Campus Leader
Justin Shin, Soonjang (SJ) - Small Group Leader
Jasmine Jeon, Soonjang (SJ) - Small Group Leader
Eric Kim, Soonjang (SJ) - Small Group Leader
Dan Choi, Soonjang (SJ) - Small Group Leader


Find us on Facebook and Instagram!
BC: Boston College KCCC
Regional: KCCC Boston

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The purpose of this organization is to maintain an association that meets on a weekly basis to study and learn from the word of God found in the Bible, Book of Mormon, and words of modern-day apostles and prophets. LDSSA encourages and supports members of the LDSSA in achieving their academic goals and maintaining a balanced life while on campus. We encourage members of LDSSA to become an influence for good by participating in activities and service on campus and in the community. We provide students with meaningful service opportunities and social and religious activities that are consistent with the LDSSA standards. We promote traditional moral values.


LDSSA is open to all students at Boston College regardless of spiritual or religious background. 


We hold a weekly religion course on Tuesday from 5 - 6:30 pm in Gasson 302.

For More Information

Join us on Facebook, or please feel free to reach out to Katherine Welch.

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Multi-Cultural Christian Fellowship (MCF), also known as F.O.R.C.E 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, pray and fellowship. Our goal is to grow together in our relationship with God and growing in our love of God.


Weekly meetings are held on Mondays from 7 to 8 PM in the Multi-Faith Center.


Eseosa Osagie, President

Eva Frimpong, Vice President

Casey Bang, Treasurer

Sageene Francis, Secretary

Angela Arzu, Event Coordinator

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The aim and purpose of the Muslim Student Association, MSA, is to serve the interest of Muslim students at Boston College. We promote friendly relations between Muslims and the greater Boston College community by providing lectures, holding retreats, and informational gatherings regarding Islam.


We have weekly prayers every Friday at 1 PM in the Multifaith Center (66 Commonwealth Avenue)


Fatmah Berikaa, Co-President

Aziza Alam, Co-President

Zainab Kiyam, Treasurer

Anas Beshir, E-Board Member


Join us on MyBC  and Facebook, and our other MSA website.

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The Orthodox Christian Fellowship (OCF) group participates in discussions about faith, attends church on Sundays and participates in service projects on and off campus. We work together with a local Orthodox priest and seminarians. We also spend time together in fellowship such as having dinners and attending other Boston OCF events!

To connect with the larger OCF community through national and regional events,

If you would like to be active in OCF but you can't make the Thursday meetings, email us! We will keep you informed on lots of other events going on outside of our weekly meetings. 


Thursdays at 6 PM in the Interfaith Chapel (66 Commonwealth Avenue)



Marina Thetford, President

Ioana Marginean, Vice President

Angelina Bartucci, Treasurer

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Quiet Waters was founded in 2005 to reach out to the Korean international college student population at Boston College. It continues today to provide weekly meetings with food, praise, meditation, community building, and prayer.

Quiet Waters received its name from Psalm 23, and carries the vision to provide a true resting place under God. All are welcome!



Every Thursday 7:30-9:00 pm in O’Neill 253


Juseub Yoon, Group Coordinator
Yehoon Joo, Small Group Leader
Ehyun Kim, Small Group Leader
Jean Kang, Small Group Leader
Beechui Koo, Small Group Leader, Treasurer



Find us on BC OrgSync, Facebook and Kakaotalk!

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

This vital student organization is currently inactive due to lack of student participation and leadership. If you have a heart for Christian Unity and are interested in participating in the rebirth of this organization, please contact Campus Ministry at 617-552-3475.