Religious and Spiritual Groups

The mission of Rhodes CSA is to provide opportunities of a spiritual nature through prayer, worship, and community; to provide fellowship, social activities, learning opportunities, and support for the membership; and to encourage service to others. The CSA at Rhodes hosts weekly on-campus Mass, Bible Studies, small groups, service opportunities, and much more. Join us for Mass in Hardie Auditorium on Sunday nights at 8 pm. For more information, contact Laura Salas

The mission of Episcopalian Church of Rhodes College is to create a welcoming space for fellowship and worship based in the Episcopal tradition. Learn more at Episcopal Diocese of West Tennessee. For more information, contact Claire Lominic

Rhodes College Hillel enriches the lives of Jewish students at Rhodes so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world. We envision a world where every student is inspired to make an enduring commitment to Jewish life, learning, and Israel. As a pluralistic Jewish student organization, Rhodes Hillel strives to make this vision a reality at Rhodes College. As the leading authority on Jewish campus life, Hillel reaches, engages, and equips tomorrow’s leaders today. Rhodes Hillel is committed to providing a space on campus for Jewish students, faculty, and their peers to experience Jewish life, develop connections with other Jewish people on campus and in the community, and have a resource to continue their Jewish education. Visit Hillels of Memphis to learn more and get involved. For more information, contact Haley Johnson

The Muslim Students Association at Rhodes consists of students from various backgrounds who come together for their love of faith, service, and community. The MSA aims to unite Muslim and non-Muslim students alike by hosting social, educational, and service related events throughout the year. The MSA holds events not only to spread awareness to the broader Rhodes community about Islam, but also to connect with students in the Rhodes community through fun social events. For more information, contact Hadiyah Qureshi.

RUF is a Christian ministry at Rhodes College that gladly welcomes all Rhodes students regardless of personal or religious background. We welcome the "convinced" and the "unconvinced" and invite all students, no matter who they are or where they have come from, to RUF. We want RUF to be a place where students find fellowship with others, worship God, ask questions, serve others, and grow in their knowledge of the gospel of Jesus Christ and His work on their behalf. We meet for Large Group Worship at 8:30pm on Wednesdays in Hyde Hall and have small group Bible Studies throughout the week. For more information, contact Abbie Seale

Tuesday Fellowship is an interdenominational ministry where students from all walks of life can find meaningful community. As an organization we seek to contribute in serving the greater Memphis area, develop students in leadership skills, and help people grow in their own personal spirituality. We meet on Tuesday nights at 8:00 pm in Hyde Hall, and would love for you to join us! For more information, contact Elijah Wilkerson.

UKirk is a nation-wide campus ministry affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA), but is not exclusively Presbyterian. We are an open and affirming ministry that welcomes all. We value questions, and encourage authentic conversation. We are a community that seeks to follow Christ, and share Christ's love. We gather for worship, discussion, and dinner weekly, take part in a spiritual retreat in the fall, and attend the Montreat College Conference in January. We also participate in service activities throughout the year, working alongside the wider Memphis community. UKirk Memphis includes Rhodes College and the University of Memphis. We meet on Thursdays at 6:00 pm at the UKirk House on the University of Memphis campus - 449 Patterson St., Memphis, TN, 38111. For more information, contact Suzanne Baxter

Memphis Wesley at Rhodes is a diverse and inclusive faith community welcoming all students to engage in social justice, community service and involvement, and meeting other college students associated with our affiliated organization, Memphis Wesley, which also serves at the University of Memphis, Christian Brothers University, and Lemoyne-Owen College. For more information, contact Katie-Ann Miller.

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Reach out to Chaplain Beatrix:

Rev. Beatrix Weil
weilb@rhodes.edu
Burrow Hall
(901) 843-3822