University Interfaith Council

Get connected with a faith organization

If you want to connect with a faith group or if you have an interest in connecting with any of the many spiritual groups in the Columbus community, use this sign up form and we will share the info with those groups:

The Ohio State University Interfaith Association stands ready to support your faith journey through a group of diverse congregations campus ministries and student organizations. Our mission is to encourage and support spirituality and the faith development of students and the Ohio State community while promoting interfaith cooperation and understanding in a religiously diverse academic community.

Upcoming Events:

Interfaith Progressive Dinner on March 7 at 6:30 p.m.

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Loneliness, Covid, & Hope: A Talk and Roundtable at St. Stephen’s on March 30

Are you lonely and wondering how to escape from your loneliness? Loneliness affects people of every generation, race, creed and income. We cannot buy ourselves out of loneliness or cure loneliness with pharmaceuticals or accomplishments. The only cure for loneliness is each other.

On March 30th, authors Kristen Radtke, Angus Fletcher, and amaha sellassie will gather in the Sanctuary at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church on the Ohio State campus to lead a conversation about loneliness and to help people find community with each other. The program will begin at 6:30 p.m. and is open and free to the public. There will be a light supper beforehand, beginning at 5:45 p.m. Please RSVP for the dinner or simply show up for the main event. To learn more, go to


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