Interfaith at Luther

Luther students celebrate Kwanzaa together.

College Ministries supports all students regardless of faith tradition, offering opportunities for interfaith dialogue, including the following groups:

Interfaith Opportunities

Does your soul have a story? Join in an interfaith experience of silence, listening and sharing stories that helps us to listen well, speak truth, and be peace.

Contact: [email protected]

Silent Meditation in the Zen Buddhist Tradition

Silent Meditation takes place each Tuesday of the academic year at 5:15 p.m. in the Melanchthon Interfaith Room (CFL-205). Sittings are led by Professors Gereon Kopf, Scott Hurley, or Professor emeritus, Lee Zook. Email [email protected] with questions.

Interfaith Holiday Celebrations

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. These events are open to all.

For more information about this partnership between College Ministries, the Center for Intercultural Engagement and Student Success, and the Interfaith Student Association, email [email protected].

Interfaith Student Association (ISA)

ISA facilitates the interaction between student of different religious tradition and spiritual or humanistic beliefs and bring them all together for positive dialogues, celebrating diverse festivals such as Eids, Holi, etc. and provides opportunity for discussion.

Interfaith Student Association meets every other Wednesday from 7-8 p.m. in the CFL room 205 with MSAA.

President: Rebecka Green