Intersections at the Center for Spiritual and Religious Life is a series of experiential workshops led by members of the community, that explores the intersections where faith, scholarship, work and activism meet. They are an opportunity to explore the spaces where our spiritual lives and work/study/activities intersect. Various persons from across campus lead a three or four week series that is open to any member of the Lawrence community.
While Intersections are grounded in a particular tradition or experience, the explorations are open to all regardless of background. We will follow a pattern of one large introductory session with an invitation for a smaller group to make the commitment to go deeper in a 3-4 week experience.
Essential to the earth and to our being. Essential for healing and nourishing. Be a part of explorations around water and the many ways that its spiritual expansiveness can be experienced. Whether in religious settings or secular spaces, experience water from the vantage point of a world traveler, a swimmer, and a Lawrence Alum.
At the Center for Spiritual and Religious Life