Chaplains, campus ministers and local clergy provide spiritual direction and formation through the Religious Life Office of Drew University. Also, clergy are available to perform sacramental functions such as weddings, memorial services, communion and baptisms. We seek to be inclusive of the diverse religious traditions represented in our campus community, and to promote awareness, understanding and compassion through education, worship and dialogue. Also, the Religious Life Office supports social action initiatives, volunteer opportunities, mission outreach and learning environments that connect mind, body and spirit. Contact us at our listings below!

The Religious Life Office houses campus ministers reflecting the religious diversity of our campus community, including students, faculty and staff. The office seeks to promote the spiritual well-being of the Drew community by offering opportunities for inter-religious learning, fellowship and worship; supporting ethical development and decision-making; nurturing spiritual growth through individual guidance and group activities; offering opportunities in leadership; and creating healthy social alternatives. Many of these functions are performed in collaboration with representatives of the Religious Life Council which includes the religious and spiritual student organizations on campus.

The Religious Life Council includes the following student organizations:

  • OnFire United Methodist Students
  • Episcopal Student Organization
  • Pagan Society
  • Spirituality Theme House
  • Theological Student Association
  • Black Ministerial Caucus
  • Korean Caucus
  • Latino/A Caucus

For information on these organizations, contact Rev. Dr. Tanya Linn Bennett, tbennett@drew.edu.