"What is Interfaith?"
Campus Ministry honors, celebrates, and welcomes people of all faith traditions, spiritual practices, and beliefs. We are committed to providing supportive guidance, building community, and creating inclusive spaces for meaning making, exploration and spiritual development. Loyola’s Catholic, Jesuit identity calls us to nurture respect and solidarity, foster shared and diverse values, and work together for a more just and humane world. Campus Ministry invites the community not only to coexist, but to pro-exist: that is, to promote one another’s being with a message of love, with all members of our human family.
Create impact on Loyola's campus by supporting the important work of Interfaith Ministry as a Volunteer Leader. This will provide you with an opportunity to learn and orient around religion different faith traditions through activities, events and programming that supports gaining a healthy respect for shared values, and commitment to cultivating community. Whether you're totally new to this or a seasoned faith leader, we will provide the opportunities and support to help you put your passion into action.
- Administrative Leader
- Interfaith Program Coordinator
- Interfaith Events Coordinator
- Roots of Refuge Worship Service, Chapel Assistant
- Religious Community Coordinator
If interested, contact Rev. Scott Adams at firstname.lastname@example.org.