The Office of Spiritual Life at Lewis & Clark College supports all spiritual life programs that take place on campus, and has its roots in the Presbyterian heritage of the college. Recognizing the religious and spiritual diversity of the Lewis & Clark community, the Spiritual Life staff seeks to facilitate moral and spiritual dialogue and growth in a context of mutual support.
The Spiritual Initiatives Project began in 2012, and has the core purpose of enhancing our college campus community through 1) interfaith programs, 2) contemplative life and meditation programs, and 3) justice, service and spiritual reflection programs.
An Interfaith Dialogues group encourages dialogue and conversation about a wide variety of spiritual topics.
Spiritual life groups are a vital form of spiritual expression across the campus.
For further information please contact the spiritual life office by phone or request information by emailing the office at email@example.com.
October 24th, 2018
- 7:30pm: Full Moon Meditation
October 25th, 2018
We will be engaging in various meditative practices over the course of the term.
Adventures of a Western Mystic Book Group
This book is an autobiographical account of Peter Mt Shasta’s encounters with enlightened beings who have ascended into their Higher Self.
October 26th, 2018
Beyond the Sound: An Evening of Listening Meditation
Join us for a visit to Heart of Wisdom Zen Temple in NE Portland for an evening of listening meditation.
October 28th, 2018
Campus-wide Chapel Service
Sunday morning chapel sponsored by the Pioneer Christian Fellowship