Catholic Student Association (CSA)
CSA is an active part of life at Salem. Although the organization and meetings are somewhat informal, they function primarily as a service and support group. Any Salem student is welcome! CSA is involved with our Lady of Mercy Church and with the campus minister at Wake Forest University.
Email Father Marcel Amadi
Chi Alpha Ministry (Pentecostal/Assemblies of God)
Chi Alpha is a spirit-empowered, multi-ethnic community of prayer, worship, fellowship, discipleship, and mission equipping students to fulfill their purpose in God’s global plan. Everyone is welcome at our weekly School of Prayer, small group Bible studies, and worship and social events. Wherever you are on your faith journey, we would love to have you be a part of the Chi Alpha family.
Email Rev. Kristin Jenson
The Circle is a ministry organization designed for students who belong to a nature-based religion–this can extend from Wicca and New Age Spiritualism to Buddhism and Hinduism. Any religion that has an affinity with nature respect or worship is welcome, as well as those just curious about the beliefs. The club serves as a supportive forum to speak about the issues that we face in everyday life. Meetings are usually held once a month.
Email The Circle
Episcopal Student Fellowship (ESF)
Episcopal Student Fellowship is a group on campus that brings together Episcopalians who enjoy fellowship and food. Retreats are scheduled periodically throughout the semester, including one with Wake Forest University.
Email James Franklin
Hillel is the college student organization which supports Jewish life, and operates out of Wake Forest University. A wide variety of weekly programming is offered, with special observances for Holy Days.
Email Dr. Gail Bretan
InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
InterVarsity is a Christian inter-denominational campus ministry welcoming all students from all backgrounds! The purpose of Salem InterVarsity is to be a Christ-centered multi-ethnic community of people, reflecting His Kingdom. We are a community seeking to know God through study of the Bible, fellowship, worship, and accountability, so that we can nurture and encourage each other to love God and serve His purposes in the world.
Email Karen Hutchins
Moravian Campus Ministry
Moravian Campus Ministry is supported by Home Moravian Church, a Christian community also located in Salem. All students are welcome to gather and explore their own spirituality through prayer, conversation, worship, and small group opportunities. Contact the Rev. Andrew Heil to learn more: email@example.com or 336-722-6171.
Muslim Student Association
The Muslim Student Association welcomes all students to learn more about Islam and participated in religious events. Both Muslim and non-Muslim students are welcome. Students attend Jumah prayers at Wake Forest University each Friday.
Email the Muslim Student Association
Presbyterian Campus Ministry/Salem UKirk
A place to believe, belong, become…UKirk Presbyterian Campus Ministry seeks to be an open minded, open hearted community who come together to ask questions, seek answers, and support one another on the journey in between. We are ministry of the Presbyterian Church (USA), but welcome any and every one to our table. We seek to be the hands and feet of Christ in the world as we laugh, study, pray, serve, worship, and play together. Join us on Thursday evenings at 7:30 in the chapel! Email Amanda Davee Lomax and learn more on their website: salemcollegepcm.weebly.com.
The Wesley Foundation
The Wesley Foundation (Wesley) is a campus ministry that welcomes all traditions to participate in group worship and Bible study in the Methodist doctrine. The group meets for weekly Bible Study in the campus minister’s lounge. In addition to small group, Wesley women participate in community service and group bonding activities. Members are also welcomed to participate in activities with the Wake Forest Wesley Foundation.
Email Rev. Larry Jones