October 23 at 7 pm in STCN 160 (LeRoux) A panel of students, staff, faculty, and community members from various
spiritual and religious perspectives talking vulnerably and authentically about
the ways in which their spirituality and informs their sexuality and the way in
which their sexuality informs their spirituality.
November 4 at 12:30 pm in STCN 210 Join us for a speaker, large group Q & A, and small group
discussion about a topic that intersects spirituality and social justice –
topic is TBD. FREE lunch will be served!
November 20 at 7pm in Casey 500 Join us for an evening of poetry and conversation with renowned
northwest poet Richard Wakefield as he gives a reading and talks about the
spiritual influences and explorations within his poetry.
November 22 from 10 am – 4pm at
the Hillman City Collaborative Join us for a day long workshop and storytelling experience focused on
storytelling as a spiritual practice. Participants will learn about the art and
practice of storytelling and have the opportunity to explore their own
spiritual journey through their own story and to share that with others. Snacks
and lunch will be provided. Applications are available in the Campus Ministry
office and the cost is $25 – some scholarships are available.
January 27 at 7 pm in STCN 160 (LeRoux) Join us for a presentation from a Holocaust survivor or liberator, Q
& A with the presenter, and short inter-faith remembrance ceremony. This
event is a part of our recognition of the International Holocaust and Genocide
February 3 at 7 pm in the Chapel of St. Ignatius Join us for this beautiful student lead interfaith service where
students from various religious and spiritual traditions will lead us in
prayer, meditation, and reflection focused on peace and bearing witness to
non-violence. This special service is a part of our participation in Interfaith
Harmony Week an international movement promoting interfaith understanding and
February 5 at 7 pm in STCN 160 (Leroux) A panel of students, staff, faculty, and community members from various
religious and spiritual traditions talking about a common concern or
perspective of all. There will be time for Q & A with the panelists, small
group table conversation, and FREE dessert! This special service is a part of
our participation in Interfaith Harmony Week an international movement
promoting interfaith understanding and relations.
at 6:30 pm in STCN 130 & May 14 at 6:30 pm in STCN 210Join us for a speaker, large group Q & A, and small group
discussion about a topic an interfaith or inter-spiritual issue – topic is TBD.
FREE dinner will be served!
April 22 – Time & Place TBD Join us for the second annual celebration and exploration of the
different ways in which religious and spiritual traditions are engaging the
climate crisis and care for the earth. For more information contact the
Multifaith Student Campus Minister Feeza Mohammad: email@example.com
May 7 – Time & Place TBD Join us for an interfaith affirmation of the diversity of ways we pray
and meditate through a multi-medium experience of music, poetry, art, and
spoken word. For more information contact the Multifaith Student Campus
Minister Feeza Mohammad: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about any or all of these programs or events
contact the Multifaith Campus Minister Tad Monroe: email@example.com or the Multifaith
Student Campus Minister Feeza Mohammad: firstname.lastname@example.org