In the hope of nurturing the spirituality of all Saint Louis University students, Campus Ministry works with religious leaders and ministers of different faiths around the St. Louis area.
Affiliate ministers are an integral part of the life of the University and work together with campus ministry to provide opportunities for spiritual, emotional and moral development for all of our SLU students. They sign a covenant with the University and are able to host meetings and meet with students on campus. Feel free to contact any of our affiliates directly.
2023-2024 Information Request Form
As we welcome new and returning Billikens to campus, we invite students to complete this form to contact ministries from your particular religious tradition.
Baptist Collegiate Ministry of St. Louis
The desire of the BCM is to see all college students connect to God, be a part of a community on the college campus, and then unleash for mission. The BCM is built on relationships with each other and all are welcome. We have on-campus worship experiences, missional communities and discipleship groups that meet throughout the week in various locations on the campus.
Discover a different sort of Baptist at Third. Warm, welcoming, reverent and progressive, we embrace our diverse community and are on a mission to serve and minister within it. Third Baptist Church is in the heart of Grand Center, a block from the Fox Theatre, at the corner of Grand and Washington Boulevards. Students are invited to join us on our journey in a variety of ways. We have worship on at 11 a.m., Sunday, and via Facebook and Youtube, a college class offering prayer, support, Bible study, and volunteer opportunities such as our monthly food pantry and after-school tutoring program.
620 N Grand Blvd
St Louis, MO 63103
Rev. Drew Phillips Minister
We believe people were not created to do life alone. WSMBC is a place where you can belong. Our goal is to walk beside you to help you become all God created you to be and to support you through those moments you just need a shoulder to lean on. Through small groups and other social activities, we teach God's word in a relaxed environment that encourages interaction and spiritual growth. Our ministry seeks to provide students with three things: (1) a place to connect with one another, (2) a place to support one other, and (3) a place to grow, flourish, and become all that God has called us to be. Students are invited to join us for worship at 10:15 a.m. each Sunday in person or online.
Rockwell House is the Episcopal Campus Ministry in St. Louis, located near the Washington University campus. Our ministry and many members are Episcopalian, but not all — if you’re interested, you’re welcome! We are a fully LGBTQIA+ inclusive community, seeking to follow Christ in compassion and justice as we practice loving God, our neighbors and ourselves. During the school year, we gather on at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday for worship and dinner, and at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday for dinner and conversation, followed by night prayers. Our group activities and meals will be held outdoors when weather permits in order to better protect against COVID spread. The house is open for studying, relaxing, watching TV, baking and small group time. The Rev. Hope Jernagan is also happy to meet you on SLU's campus for conversation.
Canaan Fellowship (迦南團契)
Canaan Fellowship is a Chinese campus ministry, sponsored by St. Louis Chinese Christian Church (SLCCC). We are sharing the gospel with, serving, and caring for Chinese-speaking students and scholars at SLU to apply the life and work of Christ and to help achieve “the whole person” growth of individuals. We have students from Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Mainland China. You do not need to be Christian to participate! Our on-campus meetings are held every week on Friday night, and we hang out and have outings, gatherings and activities at other times. We would like to be part of your experience studying abroad and build real, lifelong friendships.
- 6:30-7:30 p.m. - Dinner, hanging out
- 7:30-8:20 p.m. - Songs, icebreakers/games
- 8:20-9:10 p.m. - Bible study, sharing
- 9:10-9:30 p.m. - Refreshments
Name: Dagong Zhang
Chi Alpha exists to foster an on-campus family of students committed to growing devotionally, investing in each other and building the kingdom of God. We fulfill our vision through relationships, so the best way to experience the group is to come to a meeting.
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes is the largest Christian sports organization in America. The fellowship is open to all those who wish to grow in their relationship with Christ and who share an interest in sports. Being an athlete is encouraged but not required. Meetings are held weekly at Chaifetz Arena, interspersed with service opportunities and fellowship through sports activity nights. We also host Bible studies specific to coaches at SLU.
1400 S. Highway Dr.
Fenton, MO 63099
International Students Incorporated
ISI, International Students Inc., exists to share God’s love with international college students. We offer friendship to every student regardless of race, nationality or religious preference to help them adjust to their new home and American culture; and help their conversational English grow effortlessly. We meet on Thursdays for (FFC Social!) food, friendship and conversation. Games, too. And we host off-campus outings. All are welcome. Bring your friends!
Follow us on Instagram at slu.isi.
Tom and Mary Hirsch
InterVarsity is an interdenominational campus ministry serving students at colleges and universities nationwide. At SLU, we are a community of college students from different church, family and ethnic backgrounds. We are a student-led organization that strives to follow Jesus as college students and seeks to impact our community and our world. We look to the work of the Holy Spirit to transform each and every one of us whether we are followers of Jesus, seekers after God or cynical about spiritual issues. InterVarsity is a place where all of us can be challenged to learn and change.
Contact Jeremy Yu about our multiethnic community:
Contact Jessie Gray about our international students' community:
Storyline College is the college ministry of Storyline Church, a church in Saint Louis. We exist to reach college students with the gospel, disciple them into a relationship with Jesus and multiply them throughout St. Louis and the rest of the world. We are creating communities made up of followers of Jesus that desire to study the Bible, attend Storyline Church, and simply live life together on and off campus.
4:30 p.m. on Sunday
Storyline Church -
6401 Scanlan Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63139
Saint Louis University’s Muslim Students Association is dedicated to supporting Muslims at SLU. It also educates people on Islam by holding events and providing resources to learn about the religion. Visit our office in the Cross Cultural Center for Global Citizenship on the first floor of the Center for Global Citizenship on West Pine Mall.
For prayer, you may also contact:
West Pine Islamic Center
3843 West Pine Mall
The JSA promotes Judaism and Jewish life at SLU and provides a welcoming, inclusive Jewish community to students and faculty. It also provides education, hosting talks and events open to the University community.
Chabad on Campus aims to develop accessible and meaningful Jewish experiences for students at St. Louis-area campuses. The Jewish Student Network of St. Louis (aka "The Network") is our program focused on students at SLU, providing social, educational and spiritual opportunities, and welcoming all Jewish students, undergraduate and graduate.
Rabbi Hershey Novack
Chabad on Campus - Rohr Center for Jewish Life202-910-1266
7018 Forsyth Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63105
St. Louis Hillel serves the faith needs of Reform, Conservative and Orthodox Jewish college students by providing religious, social, intellectual and cultural opportunities. Shabbat services and dinner are held on at 5:45 p.m. Friday at the Hillel Center.
6300 Forsyth Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63105
Reliant Church/Crave Coffeehouse (LC-MS)
Reliant College Ministry exists to love and serve college students. We seek to help college students know that they are loved deeply by God in Christ Jesus and that they are in turn sent to share that love with others. Reliant is the midtown multisite of Christ Memorial Lutheran Church managing and meeting in Crave Coffeehouse on the medical campus side of SLU (3500 Caroline). We are a comfortable community for those uncomfortable with church. Students are invited to join us for worship at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday mornings and a college community group (with dinner) during the week Sunday evenings at 6 p.m. at Crave. You can learn more about Reliant at our website www.reliantchurch.org and Crave Coffeehouse at www.cravestl.org
Contact info is:
LuMin-St. Louis (Evangelical Lutheran Church of America)
LuMin-STL is a campus ministry of the ELCA that exists to build community, deepen one’s faith, expand one’s mindset and inspire service to all the world because God loves us. LuMin meets on the SLU campus and at our campus house near Washington University to dwell in the Word and Sacrament, to support one another and as a place of refuge. We are a Reconciling in Christ Community and we welcome all folks as God’s beloved.
Please check its website at www.lcmstl.org for information about meetings and worship at SLU.
Reformed University Fellowship
Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) is a Christian campus ministry at SLU. We seek
to be a community of students and full-time staff who are asking together what the
Gospel of Jesus Christ means for our lives. RUF is a place for Christians, non-Christians,
and everyone in-between to find friendship, belonging, and rest from the often-restless
world of the college campus. We do small group Bible studies, large group worship,
and love to grab coffee or lunch together. We love a good movie night and game night,
too. Contact our staff for more info, or just to hang out:
Check out @sluruf on Instagram
Additional St. Louis Worship Locations
Below is a list of additional places of worship that are not part of the Saint Louis University affiliate program. You are free to explore these on your own.
West Pine Islamic Center
3843 West Pine Mall
Central Reform Congregation (Denomination: Reform)
5020 Waterman Blvd.
Shir Hadash Reconstructionist Community (Denomination: Reconstructionist)
2 Millstone Campus Drive
Kol Rinah (Denomination: Conservative)
829 North Hanley Road
Bais Abraham Congregation (Denomination: Modern Orthodox)
6910 Delmar Blvd.
University United Methodist
6901 Washington Ave.
The Gathering (United Methodist Church)
2001 S Hanley Rd STE 450
Brentwood, MO 63144