The Office of Spiritual and Religious Life provides a welcoming and supportive environment for spiritual and religious explorations and expressions of faith. Programs, services, and student groups bring the Lawrence community together for educational opportunities, multifaith conversations around critical topics, campus ceremonies, and religious services and celebrations.
The Center for Spiritual and Religious Life is a welcoming place for curious, intentional, respectful engagement with persons of similar, different or no religious tradition, and for quiet personal reflection and spiritual practice.
If you'd like to be contacted regarding something specific at the Center, connect with us.
As a tribute to their spiritual journey at Lawrence, seniors create a multifaith reflection of that journey to honor the class. Baccalaureate service is a multi-faith celebration of the spiritual journey of the class of 2019. This service is designed by a group of both religious and non-religious seniors for all members of the class and their families.
Baccalaureate occurs the day before commencement, is open to all, and will start at 11am in the Chapel on Saturday, June 8, 2019.
Martyn Smith - London Centre Guest Faculty
In the Fall of 2019, Professor Martyn Smith of Lawrence's Religious Studies department will be the guest faculty at Lawrence's London Centre campus. The courses being offered by Dr. Smith include Religion and Globalization which will incorporate site visits to places of worship associated with immigrants from the global south, as well as the course Ancient Civilizations and the British Museum, which will take advantage of the new location near the British Museum.
Students interested in studying abroad can apply their full financial aid packages to studying at the London Centre, making this option even more available than ever before. London Centre applications for 2019-20 participation are due April 5, 2019. For additional information, visit Lawrence's Study Abroad details page.