ÐÇ¿Õ´«Ã½ is a place where your faith and your wondering are welcome and respected.
Office of Religious & Spiritual Life
Location: Mikesell House, 82 W. Main St.
Please contact Julie Saker, Dean of Students, at email@example.com for questions concerning religious and spiritual life at ÐÇ¿Õ´«Ã½ University.
About Faith & Spiritual Life at ÐÇ¿Õ´«Ã½
- ÐÇ¿Õ´«Ã½ is affiliated with the United Methodist Church, and the majority of students who identify a faith are Christian. Weâ€™ve got all kindsâ€”Catholics and Protestants, from mainline denominations, evangelical denominations, and independent churches.
- We also have students who are Buddhist, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, and Pagan there are organizations to support them and provide community.
- We have students who identify as Atheists and a lot of students who identify as “nones” in regard to religious preference.
- We want every student to consider big questions and learn to make meaning from experiences.
- We want every student to learn from people who share their faith and from those who have very different perspectives.
- At ÐÇ¿Õ´«Ã½, spirituality and reflection are for everyone!
- There are lots of churches who are delighted to welcome students within walking distance of campus!
- Church of the Master United Methodist Church is our partner in ministry and located across the street from Towers Hall. They do a lot for students and provide a warm and welcoming place to worship.
- St. Paulâ€™s Catholic Church is about a mile from campus, and students who are part of the ÐÇ¿Õ´«Ã½ Catholic Student Ministry organization car pool there each week for mass.
- Other churches are close by, too: Baptist, Episcopalian, Lutheran, Presbyterian and non-denominational churches are ready to welcome students for worship. Some students go a bit farther to church, and are willing to provide transportation.
- There is a Mosque near campus (and a masjid on campus for daily prayer); thereâ€™s a Jewish synagogue in Worthington, a Buddhist temple in Columbus and a Hindu Temple in Lewis Center.Â