Baptist Student Ministry
4801 Calhoun Road
Houston TX 77004
(across the UH Recreation Center)
Director: B.J. Ramon
We exist to minister to the campus of the University of Houston and provide a safe place to question and grow in God.
Daka Dyussekov, firstname.lastname@example.org , 281.217.6460
Campus House of Prayer
AD Bruce Religion Center, RM 107
3800 Cullen Blvd, Entrance 13
Houston, Texas 77204
Purpose: We are a Christian ministry at the University of Houston. We exist to provide fellowship and invite people into the experience of enjoyable, intimate prayer with the Lord.
Catholic Newman Center
A. D. Bruce Religion Center, Room 203
Phone (713) 748-2529
Catholic Newman Center E-Mail: email@example.com
Catholic Newman Center Website: http://uhcatholic.org/
Supported by the Archdiocese of Galveston – Houston Diocesan Services Fund
As part of the evangelistic mission of the Church, the Catholic Newman Center serves the Catholic Campus community at the University of Houston through liturgy, fellowship, prayer and education. As a welcoming faith community we offer service and leadership education and experience, spiritual guidance, pastoral care, faith development and education, and recreational and social opportunities, framing people for their active roles as laypersons, religious, and priests in the Church and in the world.
Daily mass is offered every Monday through Thursday at 12 NOON during the spring and fall semesters at the UH Catholic Newman Center.
Reconciliation/Confession is offered before and after the scheduled masses and by appointment.
Sunday mass is offered year-round at 10:45 AM at the A.D. Bruce Religion Center. Certain services may be moved to the UH Catholic Newman Center.
A 6:00 PM evening mass is also offered during the fall and spring semesters. It is held at the UH Catholic Newman Center. Reconciliation is offered at any time.
Our organization is available for all UH students, faculty, and staff. We provide a safe place to study, ask questions, and grow spiritually. So if you have an interest in learning more about God, Life, Love, or anything else, please stop by or contact one of our members.
Brief Description: The time for thinkers has come.
We believe in one, infinite God that is all good and loving. We study Christ Jesus' teachings and healing work, which expressed scientific Christianity, or the application of the laws of God—laws which are still practical and provable today, by anyone, anywhere. No one is beyond redemption, no problem is too overwhelming to be addressed and healed.
Sue Merrill | firstname.lastname@example.org | (281) 808-3731
Christina Huston | email@example.com | (713) 907-9687
A. D. Bruce Religion Center, Room 105
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Church of Christ
A. D. Bruce Religion Center, Room 101
Our ministry is open to all students, and our mission is to help students be equipped for life . . . on campus and beyond. Room #101 is a place where new friendships begin, great discussions unfold, studying and listening actually happens, and where the Point for your life can be discovered. We provide a free lunch in the atrium for close to 200 students every Wednesday (Fall and Spring semesters) and plenty of snack foods in the office. Individual and small group Bible studies are available. An introduction to Christianity course is offered each year. Your life matters. Jesus enables us to get the Point - because life is a mystery until you get it.
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Episcopal - Canterbury Campus Ministry
A. D. Bruce Religion Center, Room 205
Owen Barker, firstname.lastname@example.org, 713-927-1371
Canterbury is a place of faith and fellowship sponsored by the Episcopal Diocese of Texas. It exists to reach out to Episcopalians, Anglicans and all people interested in growing deeper in their relationship with Christ as Lord. At Canterbury you will find Bible Study, retreats, friends, and more. Reach us by e-mail at email@example.com for more information on activities each semester or come join us in our room 205 at the Bruce Religion Center.
Every Nation Campus Ministry
A. D. Bruce Religion Center, Room 106
Houston Hillel main office, (713) 526-4918
Rabbi Kenny Weiss, Executive Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tamara Marks-Moses, Director of Jewish Life, email@example.com
Hillel serves the many needs and interests of Jewish students in the greater Houston area. Hillel is a place where students explore and experience new ideas and common concerns through a diversity of cultural, educational, religious, and social activities. Hillel is the Jewish student resource center for learning more about Judaism, obtaining information on job and housing opportunities, and for inquiring about study and travel in Israel.
The Hillel Foundation maintains an office, lounge, and study area in the Religion Center. The director is available for private study and counseling. All Jewish students are invited to take part in any or all of the activities and programs offered by Hillel; including weekly lunches every Tuesday at the AD Bruce Religion Center, Shabbat dinners every Friday at the Hillel Student Center at 1700 Bissonnet, and Rockets and Aero's games.
Houston Lutheran Campus Ministry
We are here to serve all UH students, faculty and staff. College can be a challenging time. God has put us here to help you with that. We invite all; we exclude none - mainly because we know of a God who is audaciously gracious and extravagantly loving. We hope you'll encounter this God we know through Bible studies, worship, service events, fellowship, outreach, and advocacy for justice. We are a ministry of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, but look - this Lutheran campus ministry isn't just for Lutherans. So come and see. If you would like to know when we gather for stuff, contact Pr. Brad Fuerst. See contact information.
Other stuff you should know: The students who get involved with HLCM think its pretty important to Jesus for us to engage the major issues of our time. Don't be surprised if you come to our stuff, and hear about advocating for immigration reform, raising awareness on human trafficking, welcoming the GLBTQA crowd, or volunteering with a community garden in the Third Ward. In these ways, we make our best attempt to BE the Church rather than utter pious irrelevancies and sanctimonious trivialities.
Interfaith Dialogue Student Association
Turker Celepcikay | 832-613-4619
International Gaudiya Vedanta Society
Abraham Supino (abhirama): firstname.lastname@example.org, 713-304-5429
Intervarsity Christian Fellowship
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA® is an evangelical campus mission serving more than 35,000 students and faculty on more than 560 college and university campuses nationwide. Incorporated in 1941, InterVarsity has a rich tradition of campus witness, thoughtful discipleship, and a concern for world missions.
In response to God's love, grace and truth: The Purpose of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA is to establish and advance, at colleges and universities, witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: growing in love for God, God's Word, God's people of every ethnicity and culture, and God's purposes in the world.
Join us for Daily Prayer Meetings in Room 111
Check out websites for meeting times and events
Lutheran Campus Ministry
A. D. Bruce Religion Center, Room 112,114
Vijay Gurrala, email@example.com, 713-743-5616
Lutheran Campus Ministry seeks to meet the needs of students, staff and faculty while also reaching out with the message of the Gospel. We encourage growth trough Bible studies, worship, social activities, an annual ski trip and service projects. We also look for ways that students can develop stronger character and leadership skills. Our lounge in room 112 is a great place for students to unwind between classes. We have snacks and soft drinks available at low cost in our small kitchen in the back. LCM sponsors a weekly luncheon provided by local churches every Monday from 11:30 to 1:00 p.m. during the Fall and Spring semesters. All students of UH are welcome! Stop by anytime.
Muslim Student Association
Reformed University Fellowship
The purpose of RUF is to build a community on the Houston campus that reaches students of divergent beliefs and doubts with the message of the gospel and equips them to love and serve Jesus and his church.
A.B. Ramadas 713 870-7278
The purpose of our organization ( Sanatana Dharma) is to bring awareness to the diverse student body of the eternal function of the soul which is service and surrender to the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Sri Krishna. Since the soul is the same regardless of which body it inhabits, our teachings and philosophy promote unity in diversity, compassion for all living beings including animals, and a search for the truth as it descends through the agency of a spiritual line of realized masters.
Our group meets regularly off-campus at 1200 Blalock Rd. Ste. 205 Houston, TX 77055 every Sunday 5pm-8pm.
We also offer Vegetarian cooking classes, Bhakti Yoga classes, personal counseling, and theatre performances.
United Campus Ministry of Greater Houston (UCM)
A. D. Bruce Religion Center, Room 208
The University of Houston, Houston, TX 77204-3044
UH Campus Pastor: The Rev. Dr. Guinn Blackwell-Eagleson
A Christian outreach which seeks to demonstrate the transforming power of the love and grace of God, inviting students, faculty, and staff into a personal and deepening relationship with Jesus Christ, and preparing them to be leaders in the faith communities to which God calls them. UCMGH is a covenant partnership of the Presbytery of New Covenant, the Synod of the Sun of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), the Houston Association of the United Church of Christ, the Coastal Plains Area of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), and the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the Southwest.