DePaul University Division of Mission and Ministry > Religious & Spiritual Life > Sacred Campus Spaces
We also know that you may be interested in branching out beyond DePaul's campuses. The city of Chicago is rich with diverse religious communities. From the Baha'i temple in nearby Wilmette, to the downtown Islamic Center located steps from the Loop campus, to a myriad of churches, temples and synagogues within walking distance of the Lincoln Park campus -- there are many congregations that DePaul faculty, students and staff call home.
These congregations differ in culture, style of practice, location and membership. We recommend you meet with a Mission and Ministry staff person to learn more about local congregations and other opportunities in the community. Please feel free to contact us at 773.325.7902 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Muslim Prayer Spaces
As Sacred Spaces, these distinct areas of DePaul are reserved for activities that include worship, ritual, prayer, meditation, study groups and sacred music. Use of these spaces for all activities such as ministry meetings or fellowship activities must first be approved. At times, classes or other groups may want to visit the spaces as part of learning activities. Contact Rev. Diane Dardón for approval or reservations.