• MultiFaith Chapel and The Wellspring

    The University Chapel is located on the second floor of the Bush Center.  It is open to all students, faculty, and staff that wish to use it.  

    Hours are Monday-Friday: 7:30am-10pm, Saturday: 8am-10pm, Sunday: 12-10pm

    Services provided through the Chapel include:

    •  A quiet, central place to pray, meditate, study, or just relax;
    •  Muslim prayer rugs, meditation zafus available at any time;
    •  Piano, CD, and video player;
    • Resource Library: Holy texts, religious scholarship and research, and information concerning a wide variety of religions and spiritual practices, including:
      •  The Qur'an
      •  The Bhagavad Gītā
      •  Hymnals for a variety of Christian Denominations
      •  Jewish Scholarship including Torah Study
      •  Various versions of the Bible
      •  Books on exploring different religions from a Multi-Faith perspective
      •  Texts on the history of religion and religions
       
    •  Small meeting rooms; and
    •  Open area to gather or meet: re-arrangeable chairs and tables in gathering space. Groups must schedule this space through Nur Mood (651-523-2315).
      • The Wellspring is located on the third floor of the Anderson Center.  It to anyone that wishes to use it.  It may be reserved for meditation or other programming.  The Wellspring is intentionally interfaith. 

        Hours are Monday-Friday: 8am-8pm, Saturday and Sunday: 12pm-8pm

  • Wesley Center - Spirituality, Service, Social Justice 

  • Wesley Center News

    All are invited to the 2015 Mahle Lecture in Progressive Christian Thought featuring guest speaker Dr. Hal Taussig. The lecture and reception are Sunday, April 12 in Anderson Center Room 111/112 with the reception at 5:30 p.m. and the lecture at 7 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.

    Deanna Thompson's book, "Deuteronomy: A Theological Commentary on the Bible" has been named the Reference Book of the Year by the Academy of Parish Clergy.