Guided by Georgetown's Catholic and Jesuit tradition, with its abiding commitment to interreligious collaboration, Campus Ministry equips students to lead lives of deeper meaning, belonging and purpose.
Campus Ministry Updates
To support public health efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19, all in-person religious services and other programs are suspended or transitioning to live streaming until further notice.
In addition to services, Campus Ministry will be moving as much programming online as possible. Reflections by our chaplains are available on our Facebook page.
In light of the stress and uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus and the University’s recent announcements, take a minute to reflect on a few words from Fr. Greg Schenden, S.J., Director of Georgetown’s Main Campus Ministry.
The Campus Ministry team includes outstanding chaplains from across faith traditions. Working together, they provide counsel and support for all Georgetown Law students.
Sacred spaces on campus reflect the community's diverse faith traditions and create spaces to gather and to contemplate.
Regular events help the Georgetown Law community reflect on questions of faith and purpose in the pursuit of justice. Offerings by appointment help individual community members explore their personal spiritual journey.
Campus Ministry offers a number of retreats throughout the year, allowing participating community members to reflect on the larger questions and enduring principles that guide their lives.