Religious and spiritual life at Lewis & Clark College
September 11, 2013
What does spiritual life look like at Lewis & Clark College?
Although Lewis & Clark has no religious affiliation, the College was originally founded by the Presbyterian Church and the Agnes Flanagan Chapel is used regularly for worship services, lectures, concerts, and musical performances.
Active religious/spiritual student groups include:
- Agape (Christian fellowship)
- Newman Club (Roman Catholic)
- Unitarian Universalists
- Zen Sangha Buddhist Meditation
- Greater Portland Hillel (Jewish)
- Muslim Student Association
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes
- Latter Day Saints Study Group
For more information, visit The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life.
Video produced by Hannah Thompson ‘13