Campus Ministry Events
A spirituality and Christian scripture discussion.
Stop by the Campus Ministry Office on Thursdays at 2pm each week for free tea, sandwiches and other refreshments.
Faith & Justice Book Club
Meet for light refreshments and discussion on a book of our choosing.
Faith & Justice Conversation Series
This lunch conversation offers students a chance to converse with legal practitioners about how faith helps to form their view of justice and how that view of justice shapes their vocation and work.
Interfaith Prayer Services
At different times throughout the year we come together as a Law Center community to pray out of our diverse faith traditions.
Conversation over a traditional Passover Dinner and Service led by Chaplain Michael Goldman.
A Meal with Imam Hendi
An opportunity to chat with Georgetown’s Muslim Chaplain in a relaxed, informal setting.
This lunch program features members of the GULC faculty interviewed by one of the chaplains to offer students a fuller, more intimate picture of their professors. We explore questions of how they define success, what led them to choose the law as a vocation and how to engage questions of faith and ethics as a lawyer.
Salat: Daily Muslim Prayers
In addition to the Friday Prayer in St. Thomas More Chapel, Muslim students have the opportunity every day to pray in Gewirz 109, our new Muslim Prayer Room.
Traditional Shabbat dinners at the Law Center or at the home of Chaplain Michael Goldman.
Theology & Culture Reading Group
An informal community-building space for graduate students from different disciplines to exchange ideas on topics of their choice. Meets bi-weekly on the law campus (generally Mondays) for a light dinner from 6-7:30 p.m. Coordinated by Prof. Amy Uelmen.
Join Michael Goldman on Fridays.
Offerings by appointment
By choosing to attend Georgetown Law Center, you have chosen to enter an environment that can be competitive, stressful and hectic. The Law Center community is committed to walking with you and helping you build the holistic resources you need to flourish here and beyond your years with us. Whether you have a spiritual tradition you draw on or not, your spiritual life is an important resource for you. We have a vast array of Chaplains available to you who can listen with care and expertise to assist you in integrating your law school experiences and discerning your future direction. We have a Catholic priest and Chaplain, a Jewish Chaplain, a Protestant Chaplain, an Imam and many chaplains on Georgetown’s main campus to serve you; click on the “Chaplains & Staff” link for our contact information to make an appointment. Please join us as well for any of the diverse programs listed above.
We wish you every blessing on your years of study here at Georgetown University Law Center.