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.
2020-21 Information Request Form
As we welcome new and returning Billikens to campus, we invite students to complete this form to help you make contact with ministries from your particular religious tradition.
Christ City Church
Christ City Church is gospel-centered community— meaning simply that we live, teach, and follow in the way of Jesus Christ, who is the center of it all. We exist to live by faith, to be known by love, for the good of the city and the glory of God.
Baptist Collegiate Ministry of St. Louis
The desire of the BCM is to see all college students connect to God, be a part of community on the college campus, and then unleash for mission. The BCM is built on relationships with each other and all our welcome. We have on campus worship experiences, missional communities and discipleship groups that meet throughout the week in various locations on the campus.
Third Baptist Church
Discover a different sort of Baptist at Third. Warm, welcoming, reverent and progressive, we embrace our diverse community and are on mission to serve and minister within it. Third Baptist Church is located 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 Sunday morning, a unique college/young professional group Monday evenings, and a plethora of volunteer opportunities.
620 N Grand Blvd
St Louis, MO 63103
Rev. Dr. Edem Dzunu, Associate Pastor
August Gate Church
Join us on Sundays at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. just a couple miles from SLU as we gather together to remember and rehearse the truth of who God is and what He has done. And on Wednesdays at 7 p.m., AG Campus, our college and graduate student ministry, gathers together to grow as disciples of Jesus, to know, love, and follow Jesus more. Can't wait to meet you!
The Episcopal Church's outreach to college students is centered at Rockwell House near Washington University in St. Louis. Activities at Rockwell House include Sunday evening worship and dinner, and Wednesday night dinner with discussion and prayer. Additionally, Rev. Beth Scriven holds office hours at the BSC Panera on Tuesdays.
7023 Forsyth Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63105
Rev. Beth Scriven
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, life-long 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
If you would like more information, please contact C.Y. Chiu or Heather Songer (Chiu).
812-369-7334 / 615-587-8895
C.Y. Chiu and Heather Songer (Chiu)
Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship
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.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
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, interspersed with service opportunities and fellowship through sports activity nights.
1400 S Highway Dr.
Fenton, MO 63099
International Students Incorporated
International Students Inc. is a Christian organization, and you do not need to be a Christian to participate. All are welcome! Our goal is to give international students a place to come have a relaxed break from the pressures of school, and laugh and have fun with friends. Our on-campus meetings are held weekly; and we also offer several off-campus outings each semester. Come Thursday, and bring a friend:
- 6-8 p.m. “Lets Talk About It!” - food, discussions (different topic each week), games and laughter.
- 4:30-5:45 p.m. “Exploring the Bible” - student-led scripture reading and discovery conversations.
If you would like more information or to get on our weekly updates email, please send a text or WhatsApp message to 314-223-4611 or an email to email@example.com.
314-852-1008 or 314-223-4611
Tom and Mary Hirsch
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
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.
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 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
Jewish Student Association (JSA)
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 at Washington University
Chabad on Campus aims to develop accessible and meaningful Jewish experiences for students at St. Louis-area campuses. With a variety of programs at the Rohr Center for Jewish Life, Chabad provides social, educational and spiritual opportunities, welcoming all Jewish students, both undergraduate and graduate.
7018 Forsyth Blvd.
University City, MO 63105
Director of Events and Programming
St. Louis Hillel at Washington University
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 a dinner are held on Fridays at 5:45 p.m. at the Hillel Center.
6300 Forsyth Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63105
Reliant Church/Crave Coffeehouse (LC-MS)
Reliant and Crave are two names for one community united under a common mission: We are loved by God in Christ, and sent by God to love our neighbors.
Crave Coffeehouse is the daily arm of our mission. Monday through Friday, Crave focuses on serving both the SLU community and the Gate District by providing excellent coffee and food as well as a great atmosphere to study, relax, meet, and connect with others. Find out more at our website cravestl.org.
Reliant is the church and ministry arm of this mission. A congregation of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod, we believe we are called to be children of God and that Christ has come to save all peoples no matter what race, color, gender, or past. We use Crave Coffeehouse as our hub for ministry and meet there for worship on Sundays at 10:30 a.m.
3500 Caroline St.
St. Louis, MO 63104
Travis Besel - Campus Minister
Lutheran Campus Ministries (Evangelical Lutheran Church of America)
Lutheran Campus Center offers a place to be oneself, to grow in Christ, to develop friendships and to serve God and others. Join them for informal, honest conversation about faith and life that concludes with a brief worship with holy Communion.
7019 Forsyth Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63105
Affiliation: ELCA Lutheran
The Gathering (United Methodist Church)
The Gathering United Methodist Church connects new and ancient forms of worship in ways that allow people to experience God in their lives and in the world around them. The community is organized around the common practices of worship, learning in community (small and large group ministries), prayer and meditation, service to the poor and giving.
2001 S Hanley Rd STE 450
Brentwood, MO 63144
UKirk at Trinity Presbyterian
UKirk (or "university church") is a Presbyterian Church faith community where students worship and follow Christ by serving others, explore and learn about faith, and encounter God's love. Take part in Sunday evening gatherings for worship and a meal, Bible studies, and opportunities for fellowship, service and retreats throughout the year.
6800 Washington Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63130
Additional St. Louis Worship Locations
Below is a list of additional places of worship which 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 Dr.
Kol Rinah (Denomination: Conservative)
829 North Hanley Rd.
Bais Abraham Congregation (Denomination: Modern Orthodox)
6910 Delmar Blvd.