The Intercultural Center will provide opportunities for the expression of all faith traditions. Central to this is the understanding that religion and spirituality are dimensions of culture.
The Campus Ministry Prayer Room is open to all for prayer, mediation and/or reflection at all times when the Intercultural Center is open.
The Intercultural Center oversees the monthly Holiday Bulletins. Holiday Bulletins are sent out at the beginning of each month, highlighting a few of the holidays that take place during the month.
Students of all faith traditions are encouraged to form and participate in our religious Registered Student Organizations including Marymount Christian Fellowship and Hillel. Please check with the Office of Student Development and Activities for a complete list of active student organizations.
A few annual events that take place through the Intercultural Center and faith-based RSOs are:
Sukkot: Pizza in the Hut
Diwali: The Festival of Lights
Ash Wednesday: Ash Distribution
Places of Worship
There are many houses of worship in New York City. Below is a list of religious centers in our area.
Calvary Baptist Church 123 West 57th Street between 6th and 7th Avenues 212-975-0170 www.cbcnyc.org
Congregation Beit Simchat Torah Synagogue for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender Jews, their families, and friends. 57 Bethune Street 212-929-9498 Main Kabbalat Shabbat Services are held at 296 9th Avenue at 28th Street www.cbst.org
Fifth Avenue Synagogue 5 East 62nd Street at 5th Avenue 212-838-2122 www.5as.org
Lincoln Square Synagogue 200 Amsterdam Avenue at 69th Street 212-874-6100 www.lss.org
Stephen Wise Free Synagogue 30 West 68th Street at Central Park West 212-877-4050 www.swfs.org
Ramakrishna-Vivekananda Center 17 East 94th Street between 5th and Madison Avenues 212-534-9445 www.ramakrishna.org