Faiths on Campus
The Baha’i Club provides prayer, study, social, and service activities on campus for all students who are interested in learning about and promoting the principles of the Baha’i Faith. These activities include the study of Baha’i scriptures and its application to daily life, activities supporting Baha’i social principles such as unity in diversity and the elimination of all forms of prejudice, the equality of men and women, the compatibility of science and religion, and the assurance of world peace. There are also meetings for fellowship, counseling services, and opportunities to take part in service projects locally, nationally and internationally.
During the year we meet on Thursdays at 7:30 pm in the Student Union, 3rd floor Cape Florida Ballroom.
Baptist Collegiate Ministries at UCF is an organization devoted to building meaningful relationships and growing in Christ through evangelism, service, worship, bible studies, missions, intramural sports, fellowships, and more. BCM is sponsored by the Southern Baptist Convention, but there are many students in BCM who come from different denominations and religious backgrounds. All are welcome!
Catholic Campus Ministry (CCM) at UCF
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Catholic Center (407.392.0824), located at NorthView
CCM provide students and members of the university community a home where they can strengthen their faith, discern God’s call, and grow into passionate Catholic leaders.
Join hundreds of other college students for Sunday Mass every week at 5pm, at the Catholic Center, all are welcome (dates for Mass during the Summer may vary-please check website for info)
There are many opportunities to get involved! Some of the weekly events include: Bible Studies, Tuesday Mass & free Meal, Wednesday Knight Fire (praise & worship, guest speakers, skits, small groups, ect… each week the theme is different & always fun), and Men’s Group & Women’s Group. Other events that take place are Service Events & Mission Trips, Music Ministry, IM Sports teams, Retreats, Pro-Life Ministry, Socials, & more!
Visit our website www.CCMknights.com or stop by the Catholic Center located at Northview for more info!
Chabad Jewish Student Group
With the vision to open the door of Judaism to all Jewish students and faculty on the UCF campus, we have established The Chabad House, a place where Jews of all backgrounds and degrees of observance can enjoy exploring their Jewish heritage in a warm, welcoming and non-judgmental environment. With both an active student organization and Jewish chaplin status, Chabad is committed to try and reach every Jew.
Chillin’ ‘n’ Grillin’ – 6:30pm (every Tuesday) – Hot Kosher Dinner and Social Time
Friday Night Live – 7:30pm (every Friday) – Jewish Service Followed by a four course dinner
Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship
Worship Meetings: Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. in the Student Union (See Facebook page, web page, or S.U. for exact location.) Other activities include weekly cell groups/Bible studies, fellowship activities, outreaches, mission trips, service projects, prayer meetings, retreats, conferences, leadership training, and more!
Chi Alpha is part of a national ministry, Chi Alpha Campus Ministries (http://www.chialpha.com/), which has been existence since 1953 and is on over 300 campuses nationwide and around the world. We are a ministry of the Assemblies of God, but our students come from a variety of church backgrounds.
We invite you to join our loving community as we seek to authentically live out our faith on campus, in the community and around the world.
We are known as Cru at UCF. We desire to be a welcoming community of students who are passionate about knowing Jesus and making Him known. We are a student movement that is here to build relationships and create environments where you can experience the life and message of Jesus.
WEEKLY MEETING: Our weekly meeting is called One80. At One80 you are invited to watch and participate no matter where you are in your spiritual journey. It is held every Thursday night at 8:30 PM in the Visual Arts Building RM 132.
SMALL GROUP COMMUNITIES: Our Community Groups are available all over campus – check out our website for one that meets near you!
(Community Groups will be forming during the first couple weeks of school.)
Check out our fan page for TONS of ways to get involved.
Central Florida Hillel
Central Florida Hillel is the foundation from which a student journeys to become their ultimate self. The University of Central Florida has the third largest and fastest growing Jewish collegiate population outside of the State of Israel, and Central Florida Hillel offers engaging and meaningful programmatic opportunities that connect our students to each other, to their schools, and to the greater Jewish community. Central Florida Hillel is a catalyst for transformational growth as an individual and as a Jew
Jim Poorman, Ministry Leader
Tyler and Molly Owens, Ministry Leaders
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
InterVarsity is a multi-ethnic, inter-denominational campus ministry that has been around since the 40’s. We exist to see students and faculty transformed, campuses renewed and world-changers developed. Our vision at UCF is to grow a network of student communities that follow Jesus into every corner of campus, our city and the world.
Latter-Day Saint Student Association (LDSSA)
1375 Woodbury Rd.
The Latter-day Saint Student Association (LDSSA) is the student organization for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on college and university campuses. We have Institute classes offered on campus during the day at UCF. Nighttime classes are offered at local meetinghouses. Please check our website at www.ldsces.org/orlandofor current information.
Reformed University Fellowship
RUF is a campus ministry whose motto is “a perfect place for imperfect people.” We strive to be a community where students at may come to receive rest and be challenged by the words of the Bible. “Reformed” simply means that we follow along the tradition of the Protestant Reformation with a reliance upon the Bible, God, and faith in Jesus is our hope. We meet Tuesday evenings beginning September 1st at 8 PM for our large group meetings on campus.
We love Jesus. We love His Church. We love His Word. We love His mission. We desire to see God raise up a new generation of people bringing them from death to life, opening their eyes to a great and holy God and turning them away from a sinful self-centered life, rescuing them from their empty hopes and misplaced trusts, healing them of their brokenness and pain, and captivating their hearts for God’s own renown – to bring His story of redemption and forgiveness and renewal to all cultures and to all peoples.
SHIFT’s 3 E’s :: Embrace the Gospel. Equip thru the Church. Engage culture.
SHIFT’s Mission is to see college students
- respond and be transformed by the Gospel;
- engage in Biblical community through worshipping and serving with a local church in the area;
- share the Gospel with others in a way that’s relevant to their culture; and
- lead others to do the same.
Receive our latest SHIFT texting updates on mtgs, outreaches, events and fun days! Please text SHIFTUCF to (407) 901-5627 to join!
Wesley at UCF
Who We Strive To Be At Wesley
- a family of people who are empowered by fulfilling the great commandment, having a love for Jesus that invades and impacts every facet of our entire being
- an army of radical lovers of Christ who wholeheartedly embrace Jesus’ commission to go to all the nations, starting right here on the campuses of UCF, Seminole Community and Valencia Community Colleges
- a house of prayer where healing occurs, strongholds are broken, and intimacy with Jesus is cultivated
- a people of worship who embrace all forms of the arts as an expression of our love for Christ
Come Get Involved!
At the Wesley Foundation, you don’t have to be a “Christian” to come. If you are searching for a place to fit in or just want to learn more about Jesus, you are more than welcome. There will be no pressure from anyone; you can come and be yourself.
Community Groups are the main focus of Wesley. They are small groups of college-aged persons that meet weekly for the purpose of building friendships, learning more about Jesus, and sharing life experiences.
We have a weekly worship service on Tuesday nights at 7:30pm, followed by a time of fellowship at our coffeehouse. During our time together, we pursue relationship with Jesus Christ and one another through music, teaching, and community. We meet in the EpiCenter at University Carillon United Methodist Church. We are located adjacent to campus on McCulloch Rd.
Jeff Lehman, Ministry Leader
Young Life UCF