Find a Community
If you’re looking for a place that feels like home,
you’re in the right spot.
The Presbyterian House, across from Dahl Chapel and Auditorium, is our hub for religious life on campus. Every Sunday evening all students are invited to the Presbyterian House for dinner and devotions. Special programs, events and meals are hosted here throughout the year.
Our interfaith group that offers programs, resources and service events that bring students of various religious and non-religious backgrounds together to promote dialogue and mutual understanding.
Meaning of Life Lunch
Our Meaning of Life Lunch is a weekly, meaningful conversation in the living room of the Weeks House. Students and faculty bring their lunch and engage in about an hour’s worth of discussion every Friday.
Our St. Augustine Newman Center, on the corner of Sixth Street and Detroit Avenue, is for all Catholic students and those interested in Catholicism. The Newman Center offers Bible studies, study space, free WiFi, and regular community events, such as dinners on the first Sunday of the month. Contact Fr. Daniel McShane or visit the Newman Center.
Colorful Voices of Praise Gospel Choir
This student-run group uses gospel music and arts rooted in the Black church to contribute educationally, culturally and socially to campus life.
Don’t see what you’re looking for?
Monmouth and surrounding areas are home to extraordinary religious diversity. Communities of all faiths have houses of worship eager to welcome students, faculty and staff of the College.