Interfaith at Penn
The Office of the Chaplain works with our campus partners to coordinate many of the interfaith dialogue and service that takes place at Penn.
We advise PRISM, Penn's interfaith student leadership group and each month we convene the Penn Religious Communities Council which includes staff representatives and advisors from many religious groups on campus.
In Spring 2012, we partnered with the Department of Anthropology and the Greenfield Intercultural Center to launch iBelieve, Penn's first interfaith dialogue and service course offered for academic credit
In addition we coordinate the CHORDS program, Penn's faith and neighborhood based service project
In 2011-12 we are excited to take part in the White House Interfaith & Community Service Campus Challenge (click here to see a description of the challenge and an introductory video from President Obama).
Click here for more information on Penn's response to the President's Challenge