Frankfurt, as a multicultural metropolis, is home to a great variety of religious confessions. Freedom of religion is included as an integral part of the German Constitution (Grundgesetz) in Article 4, which guarantees that everybody may practice her/his religion, act according to its laws and propagate it without harm. Thus everybody is free to choose her/his religion, and to change confessions and convert to another religion. Moreover, no one is compelled to follow any religious denomination at all. Nevertheless, freedom of religion is restricted if other basic rights and laws are being violated.
Katholische Hochschulgemeinde (KHG)
Alfred-Delp-Haus (ADH), Siolistr. 7, 60323 Frankfurt / Campus Westend
Tel.: (069) 788087-0, Fax: (069) 788087-20, Email: KHG@KHG-Frankfurt.de;
Secretary: Marijana Vucak, Anne Curpanen, Mo-Th 9-5 p.m., Fr 9-1 p.m.
Evangelische Studierendengemeinde (ESG)
detailed information: www.esg-frankfurt.de
within the student dorm on the Westend Campus – Susanna von Klettenberg-Haus, Siolistraße 7, Haus 4, 60323 Frankfurt/M., Tel.: (069) 4786210 20, Fax: (069) 4786210 17
Secretary: Jutta Germscheid, Sabine Rupp
Sabine Rupp, Office Hours: Mo.-Wed., 10:30 - 15:30 p.m, Thu. 12 - 17:30 p.m, Fr. 10-13 p.m, Tel.: (069) 478621021
Jutta Germscheid, Office Hours: Tue .- Thur. 9 - 15:30 p.m, Fr. 9 - 14:30 p.m, Tel.: (069) 478621020
Ruth Habermann, pastor, Meeting after appointment, Tel.: (069) 4786210 24
Kathrin Schreivogl, Ethnologist M.A., Mo. 14 - 16 p.m, Thu. 10 - 13 p.m and after appointment, Tel.: (069) 4786210 23
Philipp Müller, Diplom-Socialworker, Mo. 15.00 p.m & Thu. 10.00 p.m at the Frankfurt University of Applied Science, Tel.: (069) 4786210 26, (069) 15332979 (FRA-UAS)
Patrick Smith, Pastor, Mo., Mi., Fr. 10 - 13 p.m, Tel.: (069) 4786210 25
Lyubov Cherednichgenko, Socialworker, Mo. 15 p.m & Thu. 10 p.m at the Frankfurt University, Tel.: (069)15332979
Islamische Hochschulgemeinde (IHG)
The Islamic University Community in Frankfurt was founded in 2005 as an independent forum for the Muslim community at Goethe University.
Members of the IHG are Muslim secondary students, university students and academics. More information can be found on the following website: http://www.ihg-ffm.de
The House of Silence (Haus der Stille), Westend Campus
In 2009/10 the House of Silence was inaugurated on the Westend Campus only a few metres away from the Lecture Hall Building (Hörsaalzentrum) next to the student dorms. It is an open space that invites students and members of the university to a few moments of silence. The house is meant to be a place of cultural and religious dialogue in a university defined by plurality.