Agnes Flanagan Chapel, one of the largest indoor spaces at Lewis & Clark, seats 460 and features an 85-rank Casavant pipe organ. Designed by prominent Pacific Northwest architect Paul Thiry, the distinctive building features outdoor sculptures by Chief Lelooska, a renown artist and cultural figure of Cherokee descent who had ties to several North American Indian tribes. The structure is a popular venue for performances, presentations, religious services, and other campuswide activities. The ground level houses the Office of Spiritual Life and the Ombuds Office.
Closest Parking Lots: G (Campus Safety), F (Pamplin), H (Akin)
- Office of Spiritual Life
- Ombuds Office