Campus Ministry is planning a variety of programs for undergraduate and graduate students to engage in the intersections of faith, community, and social justice in new ways for Spring Quarter.
Offerings include: a faith and justice conversation cohort, an interfaith dialogue cohort, a retreat in daily life, religious student group gatherings and holidays, personal spiritual accompaniment, and more!
This quarter, our SU community is spread across the globe, and our daily lives now look and feel different. As we settle into a new way of living, Still: A Retreat in Daily Life offers an opportunity for students to engage, nourish, and deepen their spiritual lives right where they are. Participants will gather on Tuesday evenings over the course of four weeks, hear talks given by campus ministers, share in small group conversation and collective prayer, and have the opportunity to take advantage of individual spiritual accompaniment with a campus minister for the duration of the retreat. No cost to participate. Registration for Still is now closed.
The Faith and Justice Cohort is a small conversation group that meets for six Wednesdays in Spring Quarter to explore the intersection of faith and justice in members' lives. The theme of this quarter's cohort is "Being Human Together: Interdependence in a Fractured World." We'll reference companion text Emergent Strategy by adrienne maree brown as we delve into our own experiences of interdependence and activism today. No cost to participate.Registration for the Faith and Justice Cohort is now closed.
Attention all graduating students! Campus Ministry is offering a three-part Zoom series to bring you together in a virtual community with your fellow graduates. Our goal is to allow space for you to process through this completely unexpected spring quarter, reflect on your formative experiences at Seattle University, and look forward to a hope-filled future! Virtual gatherings will take place on Monday evenings. No cost to participate. Registration for Grad Connect is now closed.