Forman Christian College caters to the needs of its multi-faith student body. There are a variety of opportunities available on campus for students to grow spiritually and to participate in religious activities. The Religious Studies department offers courses in Islam and Christianity and the faculty of this department are available to students if needed.
For Muslim students, there are two mosques on campus. The smaller one is located near the West Hall Hostel and the main one is near the residential section behind the hostels. Juma prayers are offered at the main mosque each week. Class timings on Friday are set so that all students who wish to go for Juma prayers may attend. Currently Juma prayers start at 1:30 p.m.
The college chapel is located next to the library. Bible study and chapel are held weekly. A schedule for days and timings are posted at the beginning of the academic year. The College Chaplain has an office located in the back of the ICF Building (behind the chapel). There is also a mentoring program in place for minority students run by the Vice Principal, whose office is located in Room 127 of the Ahmed Saeed Administration Building.
A weekly chapel service is held on Fridays. Currently chapel service starts at 1:30 p.m.
For further information, contact the Chapel office: Ext: 376