NEWMAN CATHOLIC CENTER: "THE NEWMANITES"
The Newman Catholic Center in Davis welcomes all UC Davis Students! We have different activities to help students grow in their faith. If you are interested in meeting other Newmanites and learning more about the Catholic faith, please come by and check out our website at www.davisnewman.org
THE BELFRY: "Unfinished Business"
The Belfry is a center for Lutheran and Episcopal students at UC Davis. We welcome all people, no matter what! We meet on Wednesdays at 7:00pm for Eucharist and a free dinner! For more information check us out on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/thebelfry/
We are participating in the Interfaith Games because as members of the Interfaith Campus Council, we understand the value of interfaith teamwork and dialogue!
HILLEL HOUSE: "Hebrew Hammer"
We are the Hillel house. Hillel is our College Jewish Resource Center providing a broad range of educational, social, spiritual, and political Jewish opportunities. For more information, visit our website http://davis-sacramento.hillel.org/
We are participating because we feel that it's a great event to bring people of different cultures together, to do something fun, and hopefully shrink the divides we may have between each other through meeting other great people from different backgrounds.
DAVIS CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP: "Team DCF"
DCF reconciles students to Christ, equipping them through Spirit-filled communities of prayer, worship, fellowship, discipleship and mission to transform the university, the marketplace and the world. Our motto is, “Where God guides, he provides” and our tradition is to, “Love God and Love People”. We are excited to meet fellow students through friendly competition and bond over our roots in faith.
Please visit our website at www.dcfdavis.org
CAL AGGIE MULTI-FAITH LIVING COMMUNITY: "#Mambaout: Droppin' 60 while feeling the Burn"
The Cal Aggie Christian Association at UC Davis (CA House) serves the Christian student community through faith-based programs grounded in four basic values: community, faith, social justice, and sustainable living. In addition, being situated in an increasingly diverse multi-faith environment, CA House embraces and serves students of all faiths and strives to promote interfaith dialogue and understanding. CA House offers a caring, inclusive community where all students can feel free to engage in open discussion and exploration of questions of faith (their own and others), vocation, and personal identity and growth. For more information, visit our website at http://cahouse.org/community/
We are participating in the Davis Interfaith Games because it is a positive way that we can bring our community and all the other respective housing community's participating together. We see these games as a potential community-building event.