Loyola University Chicago

Campus Ministry

Division of Student Development

Get Involved

Learn about & connect with various faith, service, and justice organizations on campus!




Agape & Ecclesia 

Agape & Ecclesia is a church on campus with one mission: Love God. Love Loyola. We gather together weekly to worship, study scripture, and enjoy community together. 

IG: @Agape_Ecclesia

Contact Alex Schorr, aschorr@luc.edu for more information!

Agape Latte 

Agape Latte is a student-led program and community focused on engaging the Loyola community in caffeinated conversations on life, love, and faith! We host two keynote events a semester featuring a staff or faculty member sharing personal anecdotes on a particular theme (with time for Q&A), students sharing their unique talents, and more! Join us this semester on Instagram Live!

Visit our website!

IG: @LUC_AgapeLatte 

Contact Megan Lynch Quirk, mlynch6@luc.edu, for more information!

Christian Life Community (CLC)

Christian Life Community (CLC) is a network of small faith-sharing groups. Each group is made up of 6-10 students who are led by seasoned student leaders and staff members. Groups meet weekly to connect, reflect, and put love in action.

Visit our website


Contact Allison Loecke, aloecke@luc.edu, for more information 

Community Service and Action - LUCserve

Drop in to learn more about Community Service and Action and our virtual fall programming- LUCserve. We are excited to offer student led and facilitated activities all semester long dealing with topics of advocacy, social justice, community building and more.

Visit our website

Facebook: @LUCServe

Contact Megan Barry, mbarry1@luc.edu, for more information!


Hillel's goal is to connect Jewish students at Loyola to each other and to Jewish students across the Chicago land area. Every semester Hillel offers opportunities to connect through social, spiritual, social justice and educational programming. We love celebrating Jewish traditions at Loyola, and we can’t wait to meet you!

Visit our website

IG: @Hillel.LUC

Contact Caroline Spikner, cspikner@luc.edu, for more information!

Hindu Students' Organization

The Hindu Student's Organization is one of the many faith-based organizations on campus and works to spread the awareness of Hinduism to not only Loyola but also the surrounding Chicagoland community. HSO does this by hosting events such as Garba, Diwali Dinner, Holi, and Hindu Awareness Week as well as having discussions, doing volunteer work, and raising money for many different organizations.

Visit our website

Facebook: @hsoloyola

Contact Father Thomas, tchillikulum@luc.edu,  for more information!


Students form relationships with individuals experiencing homelessness in downtown Chicago, providing both food and friendship. While virtual this semester, Labre's main focus is still solidarity, rather than charity, focusing on the relationships created rather than on the act of providing food itself.

Visit our website

IG: @labre_luc

Contact Grace Giardot, ggirardot@luc.edu, for more information!

Loyola Chi Alpha

Loyola Chi ALpha is all about God, Community, and Mission. We're a faith community made up of men and women who are wrestling to become who they are (through school or work or life experience), and to connect with Jesus. You'll find people who are in all kinds of stages of both pursuits: self-discovery and God-discovery. 

God - We earnestly follow Jesus.
Community- We think life is better when you do it with friends. 
Mission - We believe that together we can transfrom the university, the marketplace, and the world.

Visit our website

IG: @chicagochialpha 

LUC Retreats

LUC retreats are a great way to expand your Loyola experience by connecting with others, reflecting on your own personal journey, and exploring your faith. Many different retreats are offered throughout the year, including retreats specifically designed for first-year & transfer students!

Visit our website

IG: @LUCretreats

Contact Megan Lynch Quirk, mlynch6@luc.edu, for more information!

Madonna della Strada Chapel (Catholic Life) 

Madonna della Strada Chapel is where it's at this coming fall! Get involved with us (Lector, music, other) attend Mass, and more. Also learn about AMDG, a group of students who strive to find God in all things and cultivate a Catholic presence and community on campus.

Visit our website

IG: @MDSchapel


Contact Steven Betancourt, sbetancourt@luc.edu, for more information! 

Muslim Student Association (MSA)  

The MSA is a symbol of unity, brotherhood, and sisterhood among Muslim students of different origins, nationalities, ethnicities, and cultures with faith in one God, the Prophet Muhammad, and the last and final testament---the Qur'an. MSA is actively involved in various spiritual, service, social, and recreational activities such as organizing lectures/seminars, exhibitions etc. MSA's regular activities serve as a means to promote friendship and understanding among its members.

IG: @LoyolaMSA

Contact Omer Mozzafar, omozzafar@luc.edu, for more information!

Orthodox Christian Fellowship

Orthodox Christian Fellowship (OCF) is the official collegiate campus ministry program under SCOBA (the Standing Conference of Canonical Orthodox Bishops in the Americas). The mission is to support fellowships on college campuses, whose members experience and witness the Orthodox Church through community life, prayer, service to others, and contemplation of the faith.

Visit our website

IG: @OCFloyola

Sikh Student Organization

As the Sikh Student Organization of Loyola University Chicago, we aim to promote awareness of the Sikh population through the practice of core values of Sikhi including: selfeless service, equality of humankind, and freedom of religion. We strive to support and acknowledge the Sikh community at Loyola through the expression of faith, celebration of Punjabi culture and holidays, and organizing acts of service open to the entire Loyola community. We aspire towards creating an inclusive community for all Loyola students to practice our shared values.

Visit our website

IG: @SSO.Loyola

Spiritual Direction

Learn about having someone companion you in your faith journey. Trained spiritual directors can meet with you once a month to discuss your faith life and help you continue to deepen your relationship with God.

Contact Lauren Schwer, lschwer@luc.edu, for more information!