Who are we? Where are we? Why do we want to meet you?
The UofL InterFaith Center (IFC) is a center for the university community to explore issues of faith and meaning in an open atmosphere that encourages diversity and furthers understanding of all religious backgrounds. The IFC is home to the office of Hillel (the Jewish student organization on campus) as well as offices for the Roman Catholic, Episcopal, Lutheran, Presbyterian, and United Methodist campus ministries.
We are not a melting pot. While we do frequently hold events that are organized by several of the ministries working together, we make no attempt to group all of them into a single entity. We are six highly individual and distinct faiths coexisting in a building that truly embodies the spirit of diversity that the University works so hard to encourage.
Located at the base of the SAC ramp, We've got lots of comfortable couches and chairs, a small kitchen, a sunny courtyard, and a mini-garden, providing an excellent place to study (and nap!) to students. We recently had a wireless router installed, so you can get excellent signal anywhere in the building now. We have weekly programs sponsored by individual campus ministries and various Interfaith programs throughout the year -- no matter who sponsors the event, anyone is welcome to join!
Feel free to stop by anytime we're open!! We're usually here from 8:00 to 5:00(ish) Monday through Friday, as well as some evenings and weekends when there are events going on.
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Visit our individual web sites!