Campus Ministries

Baptist Student Ministry

4801 Calhoun Road
Houston TX 77004
(across the UH Recreation Center)

Director: Shannon Rutherford

We exist to minister to the campus of the University of Houston and provide a safe place to question and grow in God.

Bridges International

Bridges International is a student organization which seeks to help international students through service activities, social networking, and spiritual resources.

Daka Dyussekov, , 281.217.6460

Catholic Newman Center

A. D. Bruce Religion Center, Room 203
Phone (713) 748-2529
Catholic Newman Center E-Mail:
Catholic Newman Center Website:

Ministry Team and Staff:
Fr. Charles Johnson, O.P. - Director
Claire McMullin - Campus Minister
Claudia Rodriguez – Secretary

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 at the UH Catholic Newman Center.

Reconciliation/Confession is offered:

  • At the Newman Center
    • Monday-Thursday: 11:00am - 12:00pm
    • Tuesday: 6:00pm - 7:00pm
    • Thursday: 3:00pm - 5:00pm
  • At AD Bruce Office
    • Wednesday: 3:00pm - 5:00pm

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.

Supported by the Archdiocese of Galveston – Houston Diocesan Services Fund

Christian Science Organization

A.D. Bruce Religion Center, Room 105
Phone: (281) 932-6645
CSO Contact: Kaye Patterson, Lay Member
CSHouston Website:

The Christian Science Organization (CSO) at the University of Houston is a student-run group on campus. We work together to find a spiritual approach to all aspects of campus life through the practical teachings of The Holy Bible (from Genesis to Revelation) and Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, the textbook of Christian Science.

Room 105 in the AD Bruce Religion Center is open to study (school work, the Bible, and Christian Science writings), to grab a snack or something to drink and to hang out with other students. During meetings there is ample time to discuss how to apply a concept of God, divine Love, to your life. Generally, we have meetings once a week or times that accommodate students’ schedules.

There are opportunities to both attend and host inspiring talks on campus. We encourage activities such as movie nights, Sunday lunches, bowling, and pizza get-togethers at the CSO, and we are open to new ideas to reach out to the student body.

We look forward to seeing you in Room 105 soon!

If you have any questions about the specifics of the University of Houston CSO please give the Resident Minister, Christian Scientist, George M. Nutwell III, at 281-386-4546.

Church of Christ

A. D. Bruce Religion Center, Room 101
Clint Boyd

Our ministry is open to all students, and our mission is to help them know the merciful and just God who created and sustains the world. We study the scriptures, pray, sing, and serve together each week, but we are far from perfect. We welcome your struggles, your doubts, and your questions. We coordinate a free lunch in the A.D. Bruce atrium for close to 200 students every Wednesday during Fall and Spring semesters. We also offer individual and group Bible studies in English and Mandarin, along with other activities (game nights, retreats, service projects, conferences, and more). Feel free to stop by for a free Bible anytime. Your life matters, so we invite you to search out it’s purpose with other sojourners at the Point - because life is a mystery until you get it.


Cru (formally Campus Crusade for Christ) is an international interdenominational Christian organization focused on helping people know who the God of the Bible is, how they can have a relationship with Him, and grow in the walk with the Lord. We want to help students address the spiritual questions they have in their lives while here at UH and help those that do have a relationship with God to thrive in their walk with the Lord.

Houston Canterbury - Episcopal & Lutheran (ELCA)

A.D. Bruce Religion Center, Room 205
The Rev. Charles GravesThe Rev. Morgan Gates
(832) 819-3228

Houston Canterbury is a loving, liberating, and life-giving community of college students. That means we value the Scripture by teaching you to read it in context. We worship hard and we serve hard. We'll give you chances to meditate and ask questions. We faithfully love others and we drop dogmas that divide. We celebrate LGBTQ+ persons and support science. We value exploration over indoctrination. We seek justice and healing without hating other faiths. Perhaps we're exactly the kind of Christian community you imagined.

Houston Hillel

A. D. Bruce Religion Center, Room 106
Houston Hillel main office, (713) 526-4918

Rabbi Kenny Weiss, Executive Director

Ellie Rips, Springboard Innovation Fellow

Houston Hillel provides Jewish students with an avenue to express and embrace their Jewish identity and heritage. Houston Hillel enriches the lives of Jewish undergraduate students, graduate students, and young professionals, so that they may enrich the Houston Jewish community, the Jewish people, and the world. Everyone is welcome at Houston Hillel. Our events are always free and you’ll never have to rsvp. We welcome LGBTQ students and those from interfaith backgrounds.

Intervarsity Christian Fellowship

A.D. Bruce Religion Center
Houston, TX 77204

Anna Li - 832-770-0926

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA® is a vibrant campus ministry serving more than 40,000 students and faculty on more than 600 college and university campuses nationwide. Incorporated in 1941, InterVarsity ministers to students and faculty through small group Bible studies, large gatherings on campus, leadership training, thoughtful discipleship and life-changing conferences and events.

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.

Check out website/ Facebook page or email for meeting times and events.

Lutheran- UH Salt & Light Campus Ministry

A. D. Bruce Religion Center, Room 112
Dorinda Werner
Rachel Voigt
Victor Estrada

In John 8:12 Jesus says... "I am the light of the World." He has come to shine and to overcome darkness. In Matthew 5:13-16 Jesus says to His disciples... "YOU are the SALT of the earth. YOU are the LIGHT of the world."

Our goal as a Christian organization is simple... we want ALL to SEE the LIGHT of the World (Jesus)... through Bible Study. FOLLOW the LIGHT … with the Holy Spirit's help. SHINE the LIGHT ... so others may see and follow the light.
When you come to our room #112 in the AD Bruce Religion Center you can expect... to be welcomed, loved, accepted friendship, caring listeners, time in God's Word (great discussions), prayer, simple tools for sharing the Light, free snacks, conversational English,  hope, fun activities and service opportunities

Stop by anytime Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 12pm - 8pm
Bible Study/Lunch Tuesday and Thursday at noon.
Activities TBA on Salt & Light FB and GroupMe.

Mission 24

Campus Director: Brandon Hoybach

We desire to be a family that embodies the culture of heaven and manifests it here on earth. We want everyone to experience the presence of God, host His presence and extend the borders of His kingdom. We expect Christ to build the church, and we will co-labor with Jesus by following His model of discipleship based on love, community, and empowerment. We desire to see Christ centered disciples emerge and be developed into leaders who release God’s presence on the campus and to the nations for global transformation.

Muslim Student Association

Our mission is to facilitate and provide for the needs of Muslims on campus as well as educating the University Houston community at large. Friday Jumuah is held at the Religion Center. Khulbah starts at 1:30 PM - year round.

Reformed University Fellowship
Campus Minister: Brooks Harwood,, 615.405.0040

RUF is a place for the convinced and the unconvinced, the churched and un-churched, the burned, the bored, the run-down, or the refreshed. It is a place to bring your doubts and your questions to understand more about Christianity and what the radical love of Jesus is all about. No matter who you are or what you believe you are welcome to join us as we gather to love God, to love people, and to love the University of Houston.

RUF is also the official Christian campus ministry of the Presbyterian Church of America. Since its founding in 1971 RUF is now present on over 150 college campuses across the country, reaching students for Christ, and equipping them to serve Him.

Weekly Schedule:

  • One On Ones: Our pastor and our interns love meeting with students over coffee or food.
  • Small Groups: Freshmen Bible study, Upperclassmen Bible studies, Theology Study, WallyBall on Fridays (Rec Center, 1pm-3pm)
  • Large Group: Wednesday nights, AD Bruce Religion Center (2nd floor), 7pm - free food, 7:30pm - worship
  • Events: stay tuned for house parties, game nights, movie nights, conferences and other fun events we do throughout the semester .
  • Service: stay tuned for various service opportunities with ministries we partner with.

United Campus Ministry of Greater Houston (UCM)

A.D. Bruce Religion Center 208
Director of Programing: Felix Carrión
Call: 617-678-0952

The mission of United Campus Ministry is to equip, inform, and serve the university community by following the example of Jesus Christ. We promote interfaith awareness, practice positive religious expression, and help students to articulate their faith through education, empowerment, and fellowship. We are a ministry that proclaims God’s love and embraces diversity so that it may equip our students to meet the world with a faithful candor.

We commit ourselves to serving UH students, Faculty & Staff. As a pluralist and progressive Christian ministry we welcome ALL religious traditions and non-religious individuals to share in mutually positive and informative conversation. We are a ministry of support and empowerment to the LGBTQIA community. We are a safe space to ask hard questions. We invite constructive criticism, and we encourage you to explore your faith.

Our support and financing are provided by: The Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), The United Church of Christ, and The Christian Church (Disciples of Christ).​

The Wesley Foundation

Campus Ministry
107 AD Bruce Religion Center
Houston, TX 77204-3050
Phone: 713-743-5971 office
Facebook/Twitter/Instagram: The Wesley Foundation @ UH

Rev. Denise Caulfield, Campus Pastor

The Wesley Foundation at the University of Houston started through the United Methodist Church. Our purpose is simple: to make disciples of Jesus Christ by connecting campus, community, and Christ.

Our Weekly Schedule:

  • Tuesdays: Dinner Worship @ 5:30pm in Room 201 of the AD Bruce Religion Center (Free Food included)
  • Wednesdays: Bible Study @ 12:00pm in Room 109 of the AD Bruce Religion Center
  • Thursdays: Coffee in the Lobby @ 9:00am to 12:00pm in the AD Bruce Religion Center Lobby (Free Coffee, Tea, Bagels, and more)
  • Other events: Mission Projects, Movie Nights, Game Nights, Retreats

Our Values:

  • Transparency – being genuine.
  • 1-on-1 Discipleship – mentorship.
  • Small Groups - sharing struggles and finding support.
  • Mission – working with homeless, afterschool program, and mission trip.
  • Outreach - exploring faith and building a relationship with God.
  • Diversity – we are all God’s children.
  • Prayer – communicating with God, taking time to listen.