Boston FJV Event 2019
NYC FJV Mass and Reception (2019)

Upcoming Events

Browse our listings below for JVC events, happy hours, retreats, Solidarity on Tap and ways to socialize with local Jesuit Volunteers.


To promote your next event or gathering in the listings below, please contact us at

Giving Tuesday Talent Show!

To Kick-off Giving Tuesday, we invited JVs to participate in a virtual talent show! We hope this will bring together our greater FJV community through laughter and celebration. The winners of the Send Me To Serve competition will be announced, as well as the winners of the TikTok challenge! 

Please join us on November 29th at 7:30- 8:30 PM ET. You can register here

JVC Community Conversations

JVC Community Conversations are workshops or discussions led by like-minded presenters that address key topics of our time as they relate to our core values of spirituality, simple living, community, and social justice.

JVC Monthly Community Prayer

Join us for prayer each month! This time together is for centering, grounding and connecting to the purpose and values of the Jesuit Volunteer Corps. It is also an opportunity to build relationship with one another across time zones and JVC connections, and to bond with one another around our culture, which celebrates deep personal reflection and self-inquiry through prayer, meditation, and Ignatian Spirituality. 


Please note: the entire ticket price is tax-deductible.

Solidarity on Tap

Solidarity on Tap is a simple gathering at a local pub for socializing and social justice, and takes place in cities around the country featuring different faith and justice-oriented speakers and topics each time. In light of COVID-19, the Ignatian Solidarity Network invites you to virtual Solidarity on Tap on Wednesdays at 9PM ET/6PM PT. Enjoy fellowship and hear powerful reflections from members of the network engaged in work for justice—from a screen near you! 


Event Date: December 8th, 2021, 07:30 PM-8:45 PM ET in Eastern Time (US and Canada)  


In this JVC Community Conversation, Tiger Rahman will explore inclusive leadership practices. What do we learn about our steadfastness and relationship to truth and trust in a higher power as we strive to create brave and safer spaces for all creation? How do we push away dualities of self and other in order to cultivate abundance for all? This conversation will offer perspectives on authentic, adaptive, and transformational leadership theories through the lens of spiritual practice and offer some frameworks for engaging in this deeply personal journey. 


Get in touch with our outreach and engagement team to learn more about how to stay involved with JVC!

Molly Kendall and Annika Perry bonding at Orientation. (2017)