University of Maryland

We seek to engage a changing world with an enduring faith in Jesus Christ so that more may know God's love. We do this by growing Christian community, connecting spirituality to everyday life and supporting activities that create justice.

When We Meet

5:30 p.m.
fellowship gathering
Loung at Memorial Chapel
at University of Maryland
7600 Baltimore Ave.
College Park, MD 20742

6:30 p.m. worship gathering
West Chapel at Memorial Chapel
at University of Maryland
7600 Baltimore Ave.
College Park, MD 20742

When we gather, we do our best to engage a changing culture with an enduring Christian tradition and faith in Jesus Christ. We pray following the Book of Common Prayer, celebrate communion and share conversation and meals together. Join us!

You can sign up to provide a meal for our Wednesday or Sunday meetings by following this link.

Who We Are

Teresa Terry leads our University of Maryland community. Teresa is a seminarian, glass artist, and career Marine who lives out her call to ministry as the Chaplain at University of Maryland, College Park. She expresses her love of God through prayer, community and the arts. Teresa is always ready for a cup of coffee, double feature at the movies, or a walk around campus.  | Facebook | Office

The Rev. Dr. Robert T. Phillips is the Associate Campus Minister for the University of Maryland. He also serves as Chaplain and Religion Teacher at the Bishop John T. Walker School for Boys. He earned his B.A. in Economics and Computer Applications from the University of Notre Dame, his M.Div. from Vanderbilt University, and his D.Min., with a concentration in Pastoral Counseling, from Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary. He is a certified Pastoral Counselor with the American Association of Pastoral Counselors. In his spare time, he enjoys reading, traveling, and exploring ethnic restaurants.



Peer Minister at University of Maryland, College Park
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Local Churches

There are several Episcopal parishes nearby UMD: St. Andrew's, San Mateo and Grace Church.

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