Hillel/Chavurah (Circle of Friends)
Location: Sabin House Living Room; Day: Wednesday; Time: 5 pm; Frequency: Weekly
Rose Wasielewski (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) firstname.lastname@example.org
Arielle M. Kaye email@example.com
Elana Beth Lambert firstname.lastname@example.org
We welcome all students to learn about and celebrate Jewish life and culture in a way that is welcoming, educational, and fun for the greater Lawrence community.
Lawrence Christian Fellowship (LCF)
Location: Mead-Witter Room, Warch ; Day: Wednesday; Time: 9:00pm; Frequency: Weekly
Alan Parks (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) email@example.com
Kenneth W. Bozeman (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) firstname.lastname@example.org
Joanne H. Bozeman (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) email@example.com
Kathryn Grace Bellile firstname.lastname@example.org
Lawrence Christian Fellowship is a student run, Christ-centered Christian community on campus. On a weekly basis, LCF consists of a large group meeting, bible studies, prayer meetings, and men's and women's groups. We are an open community that welcomes all denominations and individuals interested in exploring the Christian faith.
Lawrence University Pagan Society (LUPS)
Lawrence University Unitarian Universalists (LUUU)
Location: (none); Day: (none); Time: (none); Frequency: (none)
Robert F. Williams (Fac/Staff/Stud Advisor) email@example.com
Abigail Christine Hindson firstname.lastname@example.org
LUUU is a place where everyone is welcome, where spiritual and intellectual growth is encouraged, where the interdependent web of life is respected, and where students are taught to celebrate all the world's religions. LUUU aims to be a community for moral and spiritual support in this academic atmosphere.
The Multi faith council supports the Center for Spiritual and Religious Life. The Council includes students and employees from the University community. Members of the Council do not represent particular student organizations, but they interact closely with them. The Council is constitututed to include representatives from diverse religious and spiritual backgrounds, including atheism and secular humanism as well as a variety of spiritual practices.
The Council meets on a regular basis to accomplish the following:
Provide advice and support to the Dean of Spiritual and Religious Life and the staff of the Center for Spiritual and Religious Life.
Engage in interfaith dialogue among them membership
Envision, create, and provide one multi faith event for the campus community each term.
Persons interested in becoming members of the council are invited to complete the interest form or to contact Dean Morgan-Clement.