Student Faith and Spirituality Groups
Better Together Interfaith Allies: Making interfaith appreciation and cooperation a social norm (an extension of The Chaplain & Spiritual Life Office).
- Gathers in Allee Chapel from 11:15 – 11:30 a.m. on the 1st Monday of each Block for Being Peace—a spiritually diverse offering of peace prayers, blessings, and rededication to life's goodness, joy, and love. It is followed by a 15-minute mixer and planning meeting. Open to people of all spiritual and secular backgrounds.
Deep Water: A gathering for Bible study and Christian fellowship (historically on Tuesday nights).
Fellowship of Christian Athletes: A gathering for games, Bible study, prayer, and fellowship.
Hillel: Cornell's Jewish student organization affiliated with the national Hillel organization. Join Hillel to experience and learn about Jewish spiritual and cultural heritage. This group offers weekly Torah study and prayers on Friday nights, a monthly shabbat meal, ride coordination to area synagogues, and recognizes High Holy Day and other observances. Open to all regardless of background.
Soul Friends: With open minds and hearts, this group offers Christian spiritual nourishment, friendship, practices, ecumenical worship, healing piece vigils, and both social justice and interfaith appreciation programming — no religious arrogance. Just love.
- Soul Friends gathers in Allee Chapel from 11:15 – 11:45 a.m. on the 1st Monday of each Block for Being Peace and on the 2nd Wednesday of each Block for Refuge — a time for spiritual rest, release, and renewal through scripture, prayer, and blessings within the tenderness of God. Open to all regardless of background.
SSAMMOSA (Sikh, South Asian, Muslim, Middle East Organization for Support and Advancement): Come for cultural and spiritual learning. Open to all regardless of background.