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The Center for Spiritual and Religious Life is located in Sabin House, one block south of College Avenue at the corner of Meade and Alton Streets. 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, Karen Brennan, Administrative Assistant and Sabin House Coordinator, and Associate Dean, Terra Winston have their offices located in the center. 

Within the space, visitors will find art from several of the world's religious traditions, a library to support individual spiritual growth and multifaith exploration, quiet for reflection, and supplies for coloring or creating clay water drops.

Center mission statement

students at Iftar      ...reflection

A student hugging her dog

 

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

A Brief Look Back

Like many of the buildings on campus, Sabin House had a history before it was the Center for Spiritual and Religious Life.  It was once a private residence of an alum of the class of 1860 who also served as a trustee, and has since served as fraternity housing, faculty housing, student housing, and was also used at one point for social programs. 

Sabin House Transformation

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

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