Interfaith Communities

Interfaith Student Council

The ISC is the University Chaplaincy’s main undergraduate student advisory and programming board. It is composed of Interfaith Representatives (or their proxies) from the undergraduate religious and philosophical communities at Tufts. It meets weekly during term. Learn more about the Interfaith Student Council.

For more information, please contact the University Chaplain, The Reverend Greg McGonigle.

CAFE (Conversation, Action, Faith, and Education)

CAFE is a student organization that grew out of the University Chaplaincy’s interfaith social justice pre-orientation program CAFE. It is a forum for any students who are interested to become involved in religious, philosophical, interfaith, and inter-belief conversation, learning, and action. It promotes engagement with cultures, politics, and religions and strives to dig deeper than mere tolerance, aiming for a deep pluralism that requires mutual understanding, engagement, and the holding of strong convictions in relationship.

For more information, contact the leaders listed on the Communities page or visit Tufts CAFE on Facebook.