Religious life at Furman is about as diverse as it comes. With over 21 student groups, you can worship with students from every major religion, talk about non-belief, volunteer in the community, and explore faith-based careers. Our students are not only tolerant of all religions, they're also curious. You'll find students from all backgrounds working together to plan events, lecture series, and celebrations. Each group both welcomes and encourages all students to attend their meetings and other events, ask them questions about their faith, and share different viewpoints.
Many of our students are involved with religious groups that reflect their own beliefs. But they don't stop there. They're curious about and support all the religious groups on campus. Get involved with our student groups.
Many of our student groups meet in the chapel for dinners, discussions, and informal worship. See when your student group meets.
We have a tolerant, supportive, and engaged spiritual community at Furman. Find out how we encourage engagement.
Our student groups work together to develop community celebrations and events. Learn more about the religious council.
Are you looking for a worship group off campus? See our list of off-campus worship sites.
Want to learn more about a particular faith group on campus? Contact one of our campus ministers.