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Living In A Multi-Faith Community

All faith-based clubs and organizations on campus are approved annually by the Campus Ministry Council, a group of student leaders, the University Pastor, the Vice President of Student Life, and several faculty members. Multiple expressions of Christianity and expressions of other religious backgrounds are present at PLU, and all have an opportunity to coexist, work together and share our faith with one another in a positive environment.

Current Faith-Based Student Clubs & Organizations at PLU

Current faith-based student clubs are listed below. For information about starting a new faith-based club, please contact Clubs & Organizations.

C.H.A.O.S. (Christians Hyped About Our Savior)
C.H.A.O.S. is a student run group that isn’t afraid to ask the big/important questions about faith and God. All are welcome.

Thursdays 7pm, Ness Family Chapel

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Thursdays 9:15-9:45pm, back room Columbia Center


Thursdays 8-9:30 pm, The Cave

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

Wednesdays 7pm, Ingram 100

Latter Day Saints Student Association

Mondays and Wednesdays 10:30-11:05, Morken 138

Muslim Student Association

Young Life

Tuesdays 9pm, The Cave

  • Co-Presidents: Carson Barnett, Sophia Alvestad
  • Email:,

Small Groups

These groups meet occasionally as there is interest.

Theology on Tap
Theology on Tap is a casual gathering of people of all backgrounds who come together to share a beverage of choice and meaningful discussion about Jesus, the bible, the church, and the world, in a non-judgmental environment.

  • Contact: Rev. Dr. Douglas Oakman, Professor of Religion
  • Email:

Faith Formation
A partnership with Trinity Lutheran Church, Faith Formation meets different times of the year for a series of studies and discussions on what baptism, communion, confirmation, and being a member of Christ’s church is all about.