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Sunday night at 8 pm in Chapel Lounge
A student-led spiritual fellowship group, guided by Rev. Eve Stevens '09, minister at the Unitarian/Universalist Church in Utica. Introductory meeting.
Monday night at 5 pm in Chapel Lounge RSVP here
Sitting Meditation and Minar dinner discussion
Co-sponsored w/ the COOP (Community Outreach & Opportunity Project)
Thursday night at 5 pm in Chapel Lounge RSVP here
What is the meaning of service to others, and what is the intersection, if any, to a spiritual orientation?
Friday night (Jan 30) at 6 pm in Dwight Lounge RSVP here
Join in the Jewish ritual of entering into a peaceful time of rest after a busy week. Learn about the lighting of candles and the eating together of challah bread as well as joy of eating a delicious dinner together.
Saturday (Jan 31) at 2 pm in Chapel Meditation Room
Prof. Naomi Guttman will facilitate this introductory meeting of the student-run yoga club. For beginners or advanced practitioners. We have some yoga mats or bring your own.
Sunday (Feb 1) at 4 pm in Dwight Lounge
Ms. Linda Coppleson will give a presentation on the art of a Torah scribe: the parchment, quills, inks, thread, and knowledge necessary to the craft, and she will lead participants in producing Hebrew calligraphy.
Asr Prayer 4:45 p.m. daily
Muslim Prayer Room
Isha Prayer 10 p.m. nightly
Muslim Prayer Room
Jummah prayers available every Friday at Kemble Street or Court Street Mosque; Transportation provided
Muslim prayer room open 24 hours
Sundays, 10 a.m.
Led by Dr. Roxanne Bellamy-Campbell
Sundays, 4 p.m.
Led by Rev. Jeff McArn
Fridays, 5:30 p.m.
Azel Backus House
Anat Guez, Jewish Chaplain
Sundays, 1 p.m.
Tuesdays and Thursdays, Noon
Fr. John Croghan, Celebrant
Mondays, 6 p.m.
Chapel, 3rd Floor, Meditation Room
Sitting led by Tim Kohlbrenner, Syracuse Zen Center
Today’s students have options for exploring the religious and spiritual aspects of their lives, including a support system whose mission, as described by Newman Chaplain John Croghan, is to “help kids bounce this important information around and ask, ‘OK, how does this fit me?’” More...