Religious Life at USC
Places for Reflection and Worship
The Little Chapel of Silence is located on the northwest corner of Town and Gown, just behind the SAS building, and is open from 6:30AM - 10:00PM, Monday through Friday. Since 1935 it has been a place for silent reflection, meditation, and prayer for the whole USC community.
Weekly Mindfulness Meditation for faculty, staff, and students: Wednesdays, 12-12:40 pm in Room 203 upstairs, University Religious Center - hosted by the Office of Religious Life. For information on many other opportunities for mindfulness meditation on campus: Mindful USC
The Reverend Thomas Kilgore, Jr. Chapel of the Cross is a worship and prayer space with ecumenical Christian iconography, and is open 9:00AM - 5:00PM, Monday through Friday or by arrangement through the Office of Religious Life.
The Muslim Prayer Space is located on the second floor of the University Religious Center, and is open from 6:00AM - 10:00PM, seven days a week. Wudu facilities are in the bathrooms on the second floor.
The Hindu Prayer Space is located on the second floor of the University Religious Center - go to the ORL office in rm 106 to get access.
The USC Caruso Catholic Center, 844 W. 32nd St (at Hoover), is a block away from the north side of the USC campus: catholictrojan.org .
The United University Church is a progressive Christian Church in the Methodist and Presbyterian traditions, and is located inside campus at 817 West 34th Street.
The Trojan Trysting Tree is located in the courtyard of the University Religious Center. Behind and below it is a cable on which locks are placed as symbols of romantic or spiritual commitments. More about the Trysting Tree here.
For more information about using and reserving these spaces, please contact the Office of Religious Life, firstname.lastname@example.org - 213-740-6110.