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Numerous religious groups on campus represent the religious diversity of the student body. Members of the University of Denver Religious Council ("DURC") lead some of those groups, and aid the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life in realizing its vision and accomplishing its mission. The DURC is made up of official representatives of religious groups or traditions recognized by the University as serving an existing campus constituency. (Groups whose leaders are members of the DURC are indicated by an asterisk.)
If you are a student new to the U.S., welcome! How can we help?
The Ven. Claude d'Estrée offers one-on-one instruction on meditation and Buddhist philosophy as well as inter-faith exploration of contemplative and meditative traditions and spiritual direction. The Ven. d'Estrée is a lineage holder in both the Gelugpa tradition of Tibetan Buddhism and the Chogye-Son (Zen) tradition of Korean Buddhism. Raised in the Russian Orthodox Church, he is a graduate of Harvard Divinity School where he focused his work on comparative spiritual disciplines and liberation theology. Currently he is a professor at the Josef Korbel School of International Studies as well a Director of both the Human Trafficking Center and the International Human Rights Degree Program.
Contact Ven. Claude d'Estree at 303-871-6286 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just like our name says, we are focused on Christ and community on campus! If you want to have fun, make friends, and discover how much God loves you, check us out. We're doing weekly bible studies, one-on-one discipleship, parties, service projects, retreats and more. No matter where you stand, we'd love to see you!
Father John Ignatius and student leaders provide Roman Catholic ministry at the University of Denver. Sunday Night Mass, Sunday Suppers, weekly Bible Studies, student retreats, intramural teams, and leadership conferences are all part of the University of Denver's Catholic Ministries. During the academic year, Sunday Mass is at 6pm in Evans Chapel, with an opportunity for confessions starting at 5pm.
We create a warm and non judgmental environment where you can become a part of our extended family. We welcome all Jews regardless of background, affiliation, knowledge, or practice. Our goal is to connect students to each other and to bring Judaism on campus to life. We are located at 2205 South High Street.
The University of Denver CSO welcomes all who are interested in sharing spiritual ideas found in the Bible and the writings of Mary Baker Eddy. We come together to witness how these ideas transform and heal us individually and collectively. All are welcome to our weekly meetings.
Cru is an interdenominational ministry that is seeking to authentically follow Jesus and love others well. We realize that we don't have all of our stuff together but as a community we seek to be a blessing to the campus, to the city of Denver, and to the world. We meet on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 pm in Evans Chapel.
Provides a space for all students to experience the timeless wisdom and culture of ancient India which is based on the teachings of the sacred text Bhagavad-gita. We hold weekly meetings which include mantra meditation (kirtan) as well as discussions on yoga philosophy and positive lifestyle habits. And don't forget, each meting is concluded with free, vegetarian refreshments!
Contact them by by phone (720-201-4715) or by email: email@example.com
The DUIA are are a diverse groups of students -- undergraduate and graduate/professional -- who encounter one another at their religious/spiritual depths and build, through dialogue and service, a religiously pluralistic campus. We are looking for folks passionate about their convictions, but who are equally passionate about learning about others', and working together to build a more just and understanding world. Contact the DUIA by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or find them on Facebook.
We are a progressive Christian campus ministry. We meet every Thursday evening @ 7:02pm in Nelson Private Dining Room to make PB&J sack lunches to serve to the hungry and homeless in downtown Denver.. We also host weekly "irreverent discussions", in which we engage the tough and controversial issues of our day—this is a place where we are willing to wrestle with God. Our regular social gatherings help us to deepen our sense of authentic community. The Foundation is LGBTQ affirming.
We invite you to join us for fun, teaching, and worship. We participate in activities that draw us together, such as social events, discussion groups, Bible studies and seasonal retreats. As a group we are exploring what is means to be a Christian in our field of study, the university, and in today's world. We meet weekly for Bible study and fellowship. For weekly times and dates please contact us or check our web site.
Hillel of Colorado seeks to engage, empower and work with Jewish college students to create Jewish community at CSU, CU and the University of Denver and at other Colorado campuses. Hillel provides opportunities for Jewish students to explore and celebrate their Jewish identity. Hillel of Colorado is part of the largest Jewish campus organization in the world, Hillel: The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life. We are located at 2390 S Race St on the corner of Race & Wesley..
International Students, Inc. (ISI) is a Christian ministry that serves students and scholars on over 700 campuses around the U.S. We offer Bible studies, social events, trips and conferences. ISI also connects internationals with American friends from local Christian churches.
The Latter-day Saint Student Association (LDSSA) is established by the Denver CO Metro Institute of Religion to help students attending a college or university have a balanced secular and spiritual educational experience during their years of formal education. Our purposes are to:
We will hold weekly Institute classes. Look online for times and locations.
Contact Jared Searle at 303-730-9199 or by email at email@example.com.
The Muslim Students Association (MSA) at the University of Denver is a non-exclusive student organization comprised of students at the University of Denver who are interested in building bridges between the Muslim minority on campus and the greater DU community. It is meant to create a support a support system for Muslims at DU and bring awareness to events happening in the Islamic world.
Young Life is a non-denominational Christian outreach ministry to Junior High, High School and College students in Denver. There are Young Life College meetings several nights during the school year. Join other University of Denver students for fellowship, discipleship and training with YL. There are weekly Bible studies, Fellowships as well as leadership training. Stop by the house at 1986 S. York Str.
Contact Alyssa Yasak by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to (and with some overlap of) the ministries listed here, there are several registered student groups on campus that also address students' spiritual needs. Some of these groups are found primarily within some graduate/professional schools. The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life is happy to assist students in contacting those organizations not listed here. If you have questions, or would like assistance, please contact us at (303) 871-4488 or by e-mail at email@example.com.