Georgetown has a rich Catholic and Jesuit faith tradition that promotes interreligious dialogue and understanding. Our community integrates faith and learning with a commitment to help each member develop his or her unique faith life through worship, reflection and service.
The University’s Campus Ministry staff includes chaplains from the Roman Catholic, Protestant, Orthodox Christian, Jewish and Muslim traditions and supports student groups who pray in a variety of other traditions, including Bahá’í, Buddhist, Hindu, Humanist, Latter-Day Saints and Sikh traditions. Our community also welcomes students, faculty and staff with no explicit faith tradition and encourages those with questions about faith to contact Campus Ministry staff.
The School of Continuing Studies offers weekly and special services for the SCS community in our Interfaith Chapel at 640 Mass Ave. All services will let out before the start of 5:20 p.m. classes. The SCS Interfaith Chapel is located on Level 2.
*Please note that Catholic Mass and Protestant Meditation and Centering Service will not be held during the summer term. Group Meditation classes will take place as regularly scheduled.*
Every Tuesday at 4:45 p.m., fall and spring terms.
Rev. Paul Rourke, S.J.
Protestant Meditation and Centering Service
Every Wednesday at 4:45 p.m., fall and spring terms.
Rev. Kevin Wright
Every Thursday at 4:00 p.m., fall, spring, and summer terms.
John Main Center for Meditation and Interreligious Dialogue