The Carleton community welcomes students of all beliefs to share in weekly worship services and special religious holiday celebrations representing a variety of faiths. We also sponsor discussion, meditation, and prayer groups, social events, service projects, lectures, and interfaith dialogue.
Student religious groups on campus include:
- Canterbury Fellowship (Episcopalian)
- Carleton Catholic Student Association
- Christian Bible Study
- Consuming Fire (Christian)
- Fellowship in Christ Leader Panel
- Fellowship in Christ Men’s and Women’s Bible Study
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
- Freshman Fondue Fridays(Christian)
- His In Service (HIS) (Christian)
- Interfaith Social Action
- Jewish Students at Carleton
- Latter-day Saints
- Let Love Grow (Christian)
- Muslim Student Association
- Mustard Seed (Christian Praise Band)
- Orthodox Christian
- Spiritual Sophomore Snacks (Christian)
- Unitarian Universalist
Emily Balczewski '16 says:You know you're at Carleton when you have a perspective-shifting, impromptu conversation with a Buddhist, a Muslim, a Christian, and an Atheist about religion and faith--and it's a perfectly normal Monday night.
Does Carleton have regular religious services on campus? The Admissions Office says:
Carleton's Chapel holds weekly worship services and special religious holiday celebrations representing a variety of faiths. There are numerous student religious organizations on campus, and the College's Office of the Chaplain also helps to facilitate student participation in local congregations throughout the community.