Office of the Chaplain houses religious and spiritual life at Penn. It's comprised of more than 40 student groups and dozens of local congregations representing every major world religion.
The Christian Association serves as an ecumenical resource promoting open minds and working faith. It provides opportunities for people to develop their personal voice in negotiating faith and real life in discussions of social issues like LGBTQ rights, food ethics, and education.
Hillel's Jewish Graduate Student Network offers a variety of events and opportunities for graduate and professional students from Penn and Philadelphia, including Shabbat dinners, social events, cultural and holiday celebrations, networking opportunities, and community service activities.
Muslim Students Association (MSA) strives to serve the needs of Muslims on campus, as well as to provide a source of information for non-Muslims to learn more about Islam. A prayer room for Muslim students is located in the Religious Activities Common in Suite 240 Houston Hall.