News

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Honoring Rev. Mark A. Duntley’s Many Years of Service

Will you join us in celebrating Mark’s contributions to Lewis & Clark? There are two ways to honor his many years of service.

Spiritual resources during a pandemic

We want first to acknowledge the deep concern and uncertainty our community is experiencing with regard to Coronavirus (COVID-19). Please do know that Lewis & Clark and our Spiritual Life staff are here to support you in any and every way we can. We appreciate each of you and your student groups and activities, and we celebrate the interconnectedness and interdependence of our community.

Virtual Resource: Spiritual Life Newsletter

Want to connect to spiritual life events and news at Lewis & Clark in our new “virtual” reality?  Email spirituallife@lclark.edu and ask to be added to the all-electronic Spiritual Life newsletter mailing list.

Alumni Weekend Labyrinth Walk

Alumni returning for reunions and Alumni Weekend 2019 calm their spirits by walking the labyrinth in the Gregg Pavilion

Vigil Remembers Tragedy in New Zealand Mosque Shootings

March 18th Candlelight Vigil has over 100 gather from Lewis & Clark community

Students volunteer with the homeless at the “Downtown Chapel”

Students join Catholic Student Life Coordinator Anne Le Chevallier to serve dinner to the homeless at the St. Andre Bessette parish, also known as the “Downtown Chapel”

Students Attend Partners Worldwide Summit

With the help of the Office of Spiritual Life, three Lewis & Clark students attend the international Partners Worldwide Summit in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Thanksgiving Pie Fest Focuses on Gratitude

Pioneer Christian Fellowship serves pies to over 300 students who are encouraged to reflect on gratitude and what they are thankful for

Full Moon Meditations Resonate with Students

New meditation offering by the Office of Spiritual Life is popular with Lewis & Clark students

Labyrinth walking workshop held on September 30th

Students and staff joined together for a three-hour labyrinth walking workshop in the Gregg Pavilion.