Religious Life

Religious Life

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Download the BrochureReligious Life fosters a spirit of hospitality that supports and encourages all students, faculty, and staff in honoring the sacred. In this environment of education and growth, there are safe and respectful times and places to wrestle with the hard questions of life. The University Chaplain and the Director of Student Religious Involvement are available to students of all faith traditions for pastoral conversations around faith and personal matters. The Religious Life Council meets regularly to plan religious life events and is comprised of student leaders representing both Campus Ministry and Interfaith Initiatives.  Please download our brochure through the link on the right to learn more about our programs.

You are invited to visit Chris’s House which houses Religious Life, the Office of the University Chaplain, Campus Ministry, Interfaith Initiatives and Still Point, a sacred space open to all for prayer and meditation.

Our theme for the 2017-18 Academic Year is:

“Religious Life: Engaging Faith All Week Long!”

 

Rev. Kelli Taylor Rev. Kelli Taylor, Vice President for Religious Life & Community Engagement and University Chaplain
 
Lisa Lawrenz Ms. Lisa Lawrenz, Duke Divinity Intern

 

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