Religious Life Staff
The Baptist Collegiate Ministry (BCM) is a ministry for all University of Memphis students. The BCM exist to connect college students to Jesus Christ and His local church. We are a mission of the Tennessee Baptist Mission Board and the local churches of the Metro Memphis area.
Weekly events include
- Free Lunch on Wednesday (FLOW)
- 12pm at the BCM
- Dinner at 5:30pm
- Worship at 6:00pm
- After Focus Fun at 7pm
- Family Groups
- Family groups are a great way for students to build community with other students discussing life and the Bible.
- Various times and locations throughout the week
We provide multiple opportunities for students to travel the world on mission during Winter Break, Spring Break, and Summer Break. We would love to connect with you! Join us at 469 Patterson Street!
Barth House Episcopal Center
409 Patterson Ave.
The Rev. Noah Campbell, Chaplain
Barth House Episcopal Center is a college ministry located adjacent to the University of Memphis and serving students from all local colleges and universities, including the University of Memphis, Rhodes College, LeMoyne-Owen College, Southwest Tennessee Community College, Lane College, Moore Technical College, Memphis Theological Seminary, Union University, and Christian Brothers University. Programming includes college night dinners, noon eucharist on most Wednesdays, film and book discussions, free yoga, and more. In addition to serving our student community, we offer an inclusive religious space in our Great Hall Chapel; meeting space for groups; and a venue for visual and performing arts.
Campus Outreach is a ministry built on relationships. Through these life-on-life relationships, college students come to know Christ, mature in their relationship with Him, and share their lives and faith with others through evangelism and discipleship. The influence of Campus Outreach does not end at graduation. The success of our vision is measured best by the students graduate and carry the vision of following Christ and reaching world for Him!
Tiger Catholic represents one of the campus ministry programs offered by the Diocese of Memphis at the University of Memphis. Through Tiger Catholic we seek to evangelize the academic community by means of a broad ministry which forms the faith community, appropriates the faith, forms Christian conscience, educates for justice, facilitates personal development, and develops leaders for the future.
We offer plenty of opportunities for students' personal prayer, community building, and much more.
We offer FOCUS Bible Studies, Discipleship formation, and celebrate Mass together six days a week: Sunday at 10:30am at St. Anne Highland with a free breakfast to follow at the Catholic Student Center, Monday through Thursday at 4:30 pm at the CSC, and Friday at 8:15am at St. Anne Highland . Eucharistic Adoration is available Monday through Thursday from 3:30pm-4:30pm. And join us for Alpha Night every Wednesday night at 5:30pm for a free dinner, formation, community building, and game night! Our Catholic Student Center is located at 3625 Mynders Avenue
Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship is a community of students earnestly following Jesus. We exist to encourage people in their pursuit of God and help them to build lasting, meaningful relationships with others. No matter where you are on the journey, everyone is welcome.
Chi Alpha meets every Thursday night at 7pm in the UC for worship, Bible study, and fellowship. We also have fun events and smaller 'life groups' that meet at different times throughout the week for encouragement and prayer.
Morris S. Fogelman Jewish Student Center at Hillels of Memphis is the address for Jewish student life in the Memphis area. Through exciting and creative programming and events, Hillel promotes Jewish identity, student leadership, and religious and political diversity in a dynamic and inclusive environment for all Jewish students.
Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) -- Regardless of your beliefs or doubts, RUF is a safe place for you to explore Christianity and grow in your understanding of who Jesus is and what it means to follow him in community with others at the University of Memphis. We are here for the convinced and the unconvinced, the lost, the burned, the cynical, the bored, the spiritual. You are welcome, no matter where you are in the process, to RUF. RUF meets Tuesday nights @ 7:45pm in the UC.
SOMA (Church of Christ)
Soma is a college ministry in Memphis located near the U of M campus that exists to seek, spread, and share the life of Jesus with other students. Throughout the week, we share meals together, engage in Bible studies, worship, and hang out as a diverse group of brothers and sisters in Christ. We also partner with other organizations both on and off campus to bless our surrounding community. For information contact us at email@example.com.
UKirk (Presbyterian Church USA)
Elizabeth H. Doolin, UKirk Campus Minister
What does UKirk mean? UKirk means University Church. The U stands for University, and Kirk is a Scottish word for church.
What is UKirk? UKirk is a nationwide campus ministry affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA) that seeks to reach, love, and teach college students to be lifelong followers of Jesus Christ. In Memphis, UKirk serves the students of Rhodes College and the University of Memphis. We are an open and affirming ministry where questions are valued, and authentic conversation is encouraged. We gather for worship, discussion, and dinner weekly, a spiritual retreat in the fall, and attend the Montreat College Conference in January. We also participate in service activities throughout the year, contributing to the broader Memphis community.
How do I get involved? Come join us! We meet on Thursdays during the school year at 6:00PM at the UKirk house on the University of Memphis campus, at 449 South Patterson St. We would love to see you!
Wesley Foundation (United Methodist)
Morgan Stafford (Executive Director)
3625 Midland Ave.
Wesley at Memphis is a diverse and inclusive faith community for all students. We seek to equip student leaders to make a difference in the local community. We partner with other faith communities to make a greater impact in the city of Memphis. We gather on Tuesday evenings for Community Night with free dinner at 7:00pm and a guest speaker at 7:30pm.
College! While it can be an amazing time, it can also be challenging and lonely. Young Life College in Memphis exists to offer Community, Adventure, and Significance. We do that through building authentic friendships, taking road trips, sharing meals, and offering small groups. No matter where you are on your spiritual journey, we want to help you take your next step towards Jesus. We can’t wait to meet you!