Spiritual Lives at Lawrence
The Spiritual Lives at Lawrence project seeks to create a video library of diverse persons from across campus talking about their spiritual and religious experiences and practices. Everyone is invited and encouraged regardless of your background or current spiritual identity. I hope you will find time to participate through a 20-minute conversation with me (Dean Morgan-Clement). We will film the interviews and edit them down to approximately 5-8 minute segments which will then be added to the library.
We will be offering regular filming sessions at the Center for Spiritual and Religious Life or a conversation can be arranged on an individual basis. To indicate your interest in working with us to arrange a separate time, please let us know that you are interested and tell us a bit about yourself. If you have already made arrangements for a conversation or signed up for a time slot in one of the regular sessions, please click here for information about preparing for your conversation.
Our hope is that this project will be on-going and result in a diverse set of stories across generations of Lawrentians. When we have collected enough stories to begin to create a searchable database, the clips will be searchable. Together this collection of conversations will tell the story of individual and collective spiritual lives at Lawrence and serve as a catalyst for more awareness and engagement with one another toward respectful spiritual and religious development and understanding.