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.
January 30th, 2020
Black & Muslim: A Panel Discussion on the Intersection of Identities in the Muslim Community
The Muslim Student Association as part of MLK Week 2020 will be hosting a panel discussion/conversation about being Black & Muslim. All are invited!
Panelists will include Amina Hassan, a social justice activist and co-founder of Mizaan Magazine.
Refreshments will be provided.