University Ministry strives to create a welcoming environment where all Regis University students can feel at home. We take our inspiration from St. Ignatius Loyola, who founded the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits). We seek to help others to ‘find God in all things,’ and in doing so, cultivate intellectual curiosity, gratitude and servant leadership. We want to help our students glorify God by reaching their fullest, God-given potential. University Ministry invites you to ‘come as you are’ to explore issues of faith, spirituality and social justice. We think you’ll be glad you did! Please stop by and see us in Student Center room 214, look for us on social media, or give us a call at 303.458.4153. We hope to see you soon! Announcing Open Table Open Table is a weekly inclusive Sunday evening prayer and Communion service offered by University Ministry. Rev. Tamara Boynton and Mr. Ken Phillips coordinate this ecumenical (Christian) service. No matter who you are or where you are on life’s journey, you are welcome to come and be nourished at Open Table in the Student Center, room 214 on Sunday evenings. General format: 6:30 p.m. Meal and Check-in, 7:00 Prayer, 7:30 Communion. For further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Welcoming All Faiths Prayer and Worship Retreats Growing in Faith Staff Prayer and Worship View Mass and Reconciliation times as well as other events and information on liturgy involvement. Welcoming All Faiths Our Jesuit tradition especially encourages that all grow within their own spiritual traditions, and it encourages dialogue amongst people with different religion perspectives. Retreats We offer several faith-exploring retreats, as well as those that are community-based with topics that face urban poverty and social justice issues. Growing in Faith Come together with fellow students to express and explore beliefs in small groups. Also, see how to become a peer minister or part of RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults). Staff Meet our staff, devoted to supporting the Regis community through liturgy and faith-based programs. Commemorative Gifts Create an enduring tribute to honor and memorialize family and friends with an engraved chapel brick, arboretum tree or campus bench.