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Islamic

Islamic Society - Muslim Students Association
Student Union Suite L-15
http://www.stonybrookmsa.org/
(631) 632-9769
Sr. Sanaa Nadim, Chaplain

The Muslim Students Association is an organization that serves the needs of Muslim students and their community. In addition to this, the MSA also helps educate Muslims and non-Muslims about Islam.

 

Protestant

Protestant Campus Ministry
http://stonybrookpcm.org
Student Union L14-01, L14-02
(631) 632-6566
Rev. Brenda D. Ford, Director and Chaplain

P.C.M. is an ecumenical and interdenominational Christian community serving this diverse and inclusive campus honoring the spiritual traditions of its members, while affirming their oneness in Christ. Our on campus and virtual campus spiritual life chaplaincy team aims to make Stony Brook a place where you can explore and grow in your faith life, connect with others and share your gifts with the greater community. Throughout the academic year the Protestant staff and affiliated ministries provide opportunities for spiritual development, service learning and theological reflection, and a safe space for identity exploration. We gather weekly in praise, prayer, the hearing and proclamation of the gospel and in celebration of the Lord's supper. All are welcome at the table .

Asian Christian Campus Ministry
https://sbuaccm.wixsite.com/accm
Student Union L03-17, L03-30
(631) 632-6564
Rev. Serena Lin, Chaplain
Rev. Zhe Huang, Religious Advisor
Helen Cheung, Religious Advisor

Jewish

Hillel Foundation for Jewish Life
Gloria and Mark Snyder Hillel Center
http://www.stonybrookhillel.org/
Student Union, Suite L11
(631) 632-6565


Jennifer Handel, Assistant Director

Celia Tedde, Jewish Life Coordinator
Bar Winstok, Jewish Agency Israel Fellow
Rabbi Shlomo Agishtein, Chaplain
Dr. Peryl Agishtein, Emet Director
Lisa Hymowitz, Administrator
Rabbi Joseph Topek, Director Emeritus

The Gloria & Mark Snyder Hillel Center is the home for Jewish life on campus and serves as a resource for the entire Stony Brook University community. We provide a welcoming home for students to explore their relationship with Judaism, Israel, and each other. We strive to create a dynamic space where students feel a sense of community, the desire to explore, the freedom to be authentic and are empowered to lead.

 

Roman Catholic

Roman Catholic Campus Ministry
http://www.sinc.stonybrook.edu/Clubs/ccm/
Student Union, Suite L-12
(631) 632-6562
Rev. Lachlan Cameron, Chaplain
Felicia Viscusi, Campus Minister

Provides Sunday Mass on campus, retreats, sacramental programs, daily prayer, weekly Fellowship meetings, and opportunities for Christian service and social gatherings.