Sabin HouseThe Center for Spiritual and Religious Life is located in Sabin House on the corner of  College Avenue and Meade Street. The newly remodeled house includes a community area with a full kitchen, a living room with a fireplace, a meditation room, and a second floor meeting room. 

Reverend Linda Morgan-Clement, Julie Esch Hurvis Dean of Spiritual and Religious Life, and Karen Brennan, Administrative Assistant and Sabin House Coordinator have their offices located in the center. 

Throughout the house, visitors will find a library of resources to help support spiritual and religious practice and awareness from a variety of the world’s traditions.

Sabin House Mission Statement

 

The house rules at the Lawrence University Center for Spiritual and Religious Life

Student Employee Interfaith Activators Wanted

STUDENTS FOR HIRE: Seeking Interfaith Activators.  The Office of Spiritual and Religious Life is looking for (3) students to fill vital roles on campus as Interfaith Activators for the 2017-2018 academic year.  This is a 5 hour per week job.  The team of Interfaith Activators will be responsible for advising, creating, implementing, advertising and supporting interfaith programs and events through the Office of Spiritual and Religious Life. Additionally, there will be some administrative duties and an encouraged learning from other members of the team.   Come work in this great space and fun office!

Visit https://www.lawrence.edu/students/student_life/spirit-space/interfaith-activators-employment-application

Sabin House Transformation

Find out more about reserving the spaces in the Center for Spiritual and Religious Life here.

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