Rhodes′s Better Together (Interfaith Ministries)


President′s Interfaith Service Challenge

Rhodes is a participating campus in this White House initiative to involve people from different religious and non-religious backgrounds tackling community challenges together. Campus religious groups will be organizing service days through OneMemphis to make a lasting impact.

To learn more about the White House Interfaith Service Campus Challenge, visit this website featuring a video of President Obama launching the initiaitve.

Pictured above is Irem Khan, Noor Eltayech, Mary Catherine Cadden, Xany Moore, and Lucy Kay Sumrall, participating in the Rhodes "Wear a Hijabi Day" as part of Islamic awareness week while volunteering at Souper Contact, the Rhodes student-run weekly soup kitchen.

For an update on what′s going with Interfaith Ministries on campus now, visit the Kinney Program  page.

The current Interfaith "Better Together" representatives and their religious affiliation are listed bellow:

Interfaith Rhodes Student Associate: 

Interfaith Kinney Coordinators:

You are welcome to contact any of the members for more information about the Interfaith Campaign at Rhodes College.