The Protestant community provides opportunity for spiritual enrichment and personal growth through monthly worship, small group Bible studies, prayer, service projects and pastoral counseling. Protestant worship and fellowship are held throughout the year in Harkness Chapel when classes are in session. For more information, contact the Rev. Aracelis Vazquez Haye, firstname.lastname@example.org, on campus at 860-439-2901 or at Church of the City at 860-629-7762.
Friday, Chat-n-Chew with Rev. Aracelis
On Fridays at 4 p.m. in the PepsiCo Room, Unity House, we encourage you to join us weekly in building a community of faith where together we can grow and learn from each other as we seek answers and ponder on questions related to our faith and spiritual formation.
Conn Christian Fellowship
Conn Christian Fellowship at Connecticut College is part of a national organization with chapters at more than 500 colleges and universities across the country. This non-denominational group of Christians seeks to find truth in the Bible and explore God and how he is relevant in their lives and the community around them. They work to engage the entire campus and are open to, and encourage, questions.
We meet on Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. in the International Student Lounge in Harkness Chapel. Join us!
Local places of worship
Christ United Methodist Church
200 Hazelnut Hill Road, Groton
Church of the City
268 State Street, New London
Crossroads Presbyterian Church
70 Cross Road, Exit 81, I-95, Waterford
Groton Bible Chapel
66 Toll Gate Road, Groton
Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer (Missouri Synod)
31 Cedar Grove Ave., New London
Miracle Temple Church (Pentecostal)
727 Bank St., New London
Quaker Hill Baptist Church
144 Old Norwich Road, Quaker Hill
Shiloh Baptist Church
1 Garvin St., New London
St. James Episcopal Church
76 Federal St., New London
United Pentecostal Church
581 Bank St., New London