College Ministries supports all students regardless of faith tradition, offering opportunities for interfaith dialogue, including the following groups:
Does your soul have a story? Listen to it and to others' stories at the Journey Conversations Retreat: an interfaith experience of silence, listening and sharing stories that helps us to listen well, speak truth, and be peace. The retreat is a powerful stand along experience and prepares you for future conversations.
Stay tuned for future retreats!
Tuesdays at 5:15 p.m. in CFL 205. This half hour sitting is led by Shoken Winecoff of the local Ryumonji Zen Monastery, Professors Gereon Kopf and Scott Hurley, and student Ben Hanson.
Student Contact: D.J. Simpson
Because faith matters at Luther College, Interfaith Holiday Celebrations provide an opportunity for students to share an aspect of their religious tradition or learn about someone else’s tradition.
A number of holidays are highlighted each year around food, music, activities, and learning. Below is a list of interfaith holiday celebrations being planned for the 14-15 academic year. These events are open to all, and tickets are only needed for the Kwanzaa and the Seder dinners.
Interfaith Student Association meets every other Tuesday from 8-9 p.m. in the CFL room 205.
The MSAA meets Fridays at 5:30 p.m. in CFL 205.
Advisor: Bob Shedinger