Illinois State University's religious and faith-based organizations are designed to provide education on and a safe environment for practicing religious beliefs.
Contact: Jessica Holtz
This Christian-based organization is distinguished by its observance of Saturday, the original seventh day of the Judeo-Christian week (as the Sabbath), and by its emphasis on the imminent second coming (Advent) of Jesus Christ.
Contact: Caleb Roecker
This organization provides Christian fellowship by holding weekly activities where students of all religions and backgrounds can interact.
Educate and offer a platform to learn and study about the principles of Bhakti Yoga as enunciated in the eastern literature of Vedic wisdom.
President: David Zei
The purpose of Charis Community Church is to be a growing community of missional, gospel-centered followers of Jesus Christ who are committed to the Bible and who will love and serve each other, our city, and our world for the glory of God.
Contact: Alissa Schmidgall
This isa Christ centeredorganization thatfosters and encourages service through Christ and leadership and business at ISU.
Contact: Justine Tumanan
The purpose of this organization is to preach the gospel, to encourage and cultivate a personal and corporate relationship with Christ and the experience of Him among members and non-members, and to be a shining light on the ISU campus.
Contact: Taylor Hallot
This non-denominational Christian church offers a diversity of people, casual dress, awesome music, and clear teaching from the Bible.
Contact: Chad Christensen
This campus ministry seeks to build a connection between Christ and the community.
Contact: Jessie Schmit
The mission of this organization is to bring students into a life long encounter with Jesus Christ.
Contact: Hannah Kroonblawd
To provide fellowship, encouragement, and exploration of Christian works and values for graduate students at Illinois State University.
This small, tight-knit group is dedicated to bringing Jewish awareness to campus and providinh all Jewish students on campus a place to call a second home.
Contact: Andrea Johnson
The Impact Movement takes the truth of Jesus Christ to the campus, community, and world by producing leaders of African descent who are spiritually focused, financially responsible, and morally fit.
Contact: Megan Wright
This student led group is focused on building relationships centered in Christ, developing student leaders, and reflecting God's love through our actions on campus.
Contact: Brenda Nedved
The St. John Paul II Catholic Newman Center offers numerous activities for many hearts to know the depth of God's love and is a school to form authentic witnesses to love, truth and life.
Contact: Linnea Johnson
Students are prepared for Christian service and leadership by helping them grow in faith, experience Christian Fellowship, serve the needs of others, and share Christ with others in order to be a Christian witness to the university.
Contact: Junghwan Kim
By studying the Bible together, sharing life with the community of believers, and praying as a corporate body, this organization provides the opportunity to get to know more about Jesus.
Contact: Atif Hussain
This organization aims to promote understanding and dialogue about Islam.
Contact: Zoe Schmidt
This organization provides education on pagan religions and creates a safe place to study, practice, and explore pagan religions.
Contact: Kylee Nave
This Christ-like organization has the purpose of sharing the Word of Jesus Christ through study of the Bible as well as worship through artistic expression.
Contact: Ryan Litchfield
This organization makes disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world offering a church home away from home, weekly alternative worship gathering, and opportunities for Bible study, spiritual growth, fun, and outreach to our community and the world!
Contact: Hannah Schueler
This organization seeks to be ambassadors for Christ by bringing the Good News of Jesus as our Lord and Saviorby spreading the Word and Sacrament ministry.