Asian Baptist Student Koinonia is a campus fellowship of
students devoted to Jesus Christ and to each other. We are mainly made
up of 2nd generation Asian Americans, but we welcome everyone to our
fellowship - please join us for Bible Study!
Asian Baptist Student Koinonia Graduate Division is a campus
fellowship with a weekly Bible study specifically for graduate
students and young professionals.
- MIT Atheists,
Agnostics, and Humanists Fellowship forum is for
freethinkers in the MIT community.
- Baptist Student Fellowship
- The MIT Black Christian Fellowship
is a group of black Christian students and friends who come together to
support one another academically and spiritually and to learn more about
- Buddhist Association at MIT
- The MIT Campus Crusade for
Christ is a Christian fellowship.
- The MIT Chi Alpha Christian
- The MIT
Chinese Bible Fellowship is a group of Christian students who
meet regularly for Bible study, prayer, and fellowship.
Chinese Christian Fellowship is a English speaking group of
undergraduate and graduate students, who meet weekly for Bible
study, support, and prayer.
- The Christian Science Organization
is an organization open to students and members of the MIT community
who are interested in sharing or learning more about Christian Science.
Christian Student Association is a club that encourages the
study and application of the teachings of Jesus Christ and the
Bible in daily college life through Bible study groups, prayer,
worship services, community service and recreational activities.
MIT Hillel is the foundation of the MIT Jewish
community. Hillel is your Jewish home away from home, sponsoring
religious services, parties, cultural events, and holiday meals,
- The MIT Hindu Students
Council is an organization for Hindus and those interested in
learning about Hinduism.
- The MIT Hong Kong Student Bible
Study Group (HKSBS) is a group of Cantonese Christian students who
meet regularly for Bible study, prayer, sharing, singing praises and
MIT Korean Christian Fellowship is a group of believers who
strive to place God at the center of their lives, prayerfully
strengthening the Christian community and inviting the campus to
experience the love of Jesus Christ.
MIT Latter-Day Saint Student Association
Lutheran-Episcopal Ministry at MIT worships on Wednesdays at
5:10 pm in the Chapel, with a supper following in W11. Our
community explores the meaning of Christian faith in a modern,
- MIT's Impact
Campus Fellowship is a nondenominational fellowship. We are
a Diverse group of people united in the knowledge that Jesus Christ
is LORD; Committed to helping each other take a hold of that for
which Christ Jesus has taken a hold of us - with the help of the
MIT Muslim Students' Association aims to help Muslims at MIT
practice Islam, to introduce Islam to non-Muslims and to foster
the spirit of Islam inside and outside MIT. MITMSA achieves this
by organizing religious, social and educational events throughout
- The MIT
Orthodox Christian Fellowship is a group of students
interested in learning about living the traditional New Testament
faith. They meet regularly for fellowship, discussions, socials,
lectures, retreats, church visitations, and Orthodox Christian
- The MIT
Pagan Student Group is a support network for Pagans in the
MIT community which hosts semi-regular rituals and works to
improve the image of Paganism in the MIT community.
- The MIT
Protestant Student Community is a group of students who gather for
worship, study, and service. During the academic year, Protestant
worship services are held on Sundays at 11 in the MIT Chapel.
Tech Catholic Community is a culturally diverse,
international community gathered to hear God's Word and celebrate
in Eucharist, scattered in service and support of others.
United Christian Fellowship is a chapter of Intervarsity
United Christian R/O is a conglomeration of about seventeen
Christian organizations who coordinate activities during MIT's
freshman residence/orientation week at the beginning of the Fall