Jennifer Acosta and Carley Shaffer advise Bryn Mawr's InterVarsity Christian Fellowship.
Bryn Mawr InterVarsity Christian Fellowship is a diverse community gathered around the vision “inspired by Jesus, excited about Jesus, loving like Jesus.” We are glad to welcome students of all backgrounds to explore faith together. We are organized as a network of Community Groups that meet weekly around campus for friendship, Bible study, prayer, and community service. The Fellowship comes together for monthly Gatherings. We also participate in retreats with Tri-Co and students from around the greater Philadelphia area. Bryn Mawr Christian Fellowship is affiliated with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA. (www.intervarsity.org)
Father John Ames (email@example.com)
David and Mary Jane Babble meet with Bryn Mawr's LDS students.
Bryn Mawr College Hillel provides an outlet on campus for students to explore their Jewish identity, observe Jewish holidays, and access Jewish tradition in a pluralistic environment. There is always something happening on Shabbat, whether it is services and dinner on Cambrian row or kiddush, motzi, and an informal dinner in one of the dorms. We offer a monthly Rosh Chodesh group--B'not Levanah (Daughters of the Moon)--where students can reflect on contemporary women's issues in Judaism and beyond, and voice their thoughts and feelings in a safe space. We also offer special events on major Jewish holidays, we engage in social justice work on campus and in our community, and we partner with other student groups on various programs throughout the year. Find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/groups/148774335145066/. Bryn Mawr welcomes and encourages the participation of students of all faiths and backgrounds.
Rev. Carolyn C. Cavaness (firstname.lastname@example.org), Bethel AME Church of Ardmore