Sacred spaces on campus are meant to provide quiet time for prayer and reflection. They are opportunities to encounter God as individuals or as a community. Join us at one of our many indoor and outdoor places to pause on campus.
The Chapel of St. Ignatius is our main chapel on campus that primarily hosts our Roman Catholic liturgies. Join us for one of our campus liturgies, stop by to pause in your day, or find more information about Seattle University's world-renowned chapel.
Located off the Campion Hall lobby, the Ecumenical Chapel hosts gatherings for Christian student groups, space for individual prayer, and other special events throughout the year.
Located on the 2nd floor of the Administration building, the Immaculate Conception Chapel is 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, this room is available for individual prayer and small group gatherings. This space is able to host Roman Catholic and Christian liturgies and prayer services for other traditions.
Located behind Loyola Hall, the Labyrinth is a tool that allows reflection for those who walk through it. It encourages integrating the head and the heart, igniting the imagination, listening to the wisdom of the body and discerning the movement of the Spirit as you walk the Labyrinth's path.
If you would like to request the use of a sacred space, please contact JoAnn Lopez (firstname.lastname@example.org) to review the chapel policy, complete a Chapel Request Form, and return it to Campus Ministry at least six weeks prior to the event. Please allow three business days for a response. Groups interested in walking the Labyrinth should send an email to JoAnn Lopez at least one week in advance of the desired date. Individuals are encouraged to walk the Labyrinth at any time – there is no need to provide prior notice.
For more information, please contact email@example.com at (206) 296-6075.