Sacred spaces on campus are meant to provide quiet time for prayer and reflection. They are opportunities to encounter God as individuals or as community.
The Chapel of
St. Ignatius is our main chapel on campus that primarily
hosts our Roman Catholic liturgies. Find more information about Seattle University's world-renowned chapel.
Located off the Campion Hall lobby, the Ecumenical Chapel hosts The
Well, our weekly Protestant worship service, along with other special
events throughout the year.
Located on the 2nd floor of the Administration
building, hosts an early Mass at 7:15 a.m. on Tuesday and Thursday when classes
are in session, and is otherwise available for private prayer.
On the south side of the Campion Hall lobby, this serves our Muslim, Jewish, Hindu, and Buddhist students for
both individual contemplation and group prayer.
Located in Chardin Hall it is available for individual prayer
and small group gatherings. It is able to host Roman Catholic and Christian
liturgies and prayer services for other traditions.
If you would like to request the use of a sacred space, please review the chapel policy, complete a Chapels Request Form, and return it to Campus Ministry at least six weeks prior to the event. Please allow three business days for a response.
For more information, please contact Campus Ministry at (206) 296-6075.