• Student Groups

    Looking to get involved on campus? Are you looking to meet new people who share a similar set of beliefs? Or would you like to explore a new perspective on your spirituality? Check out all the exciting student run organizations at Hamline and get involved today. Don't see a group you'd like to join? Why don't you start your own? Contact Religious and Spiritual Life and we'll help you figure out how! Call us at 651-523-2315.

     

     


    Christian

    Fellowship of Christian Athletes
    Please see the Student Activities Webpage for up-to-date contact and event information for these groups.

    Gospel Choir
    Gathers with the dynamic director, Sherri Orr, to immerse singers in gospel tradition and perform at various Hamline events. Gospel Choir meets on Tuesdays from 7:00 - 8:30pm in the Bush Center Chapel. For more information, visit our Facebook page or email Gospel Choir Student Leader, Tyler McGruder at tmcgruder01@hamline.edu.

    InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
    Please see the Student Activities Webpage for up-to-date contact and event information for these groups.


    Jewish

    Jewish Law Student Association
    This group is available to Hamline Law students only. Please see the Law Student Organizations Webpage for up-to-date contact and event information for this groups.

    Jewish Student Life
    Fosters growth that is spiritual, social, and academic, by providing community networking (we help you find what might be out there), and outreach programming (we bring you and that network together). Join our Facebook group! For more information, contact Jewish Student Life Leader, Riley Shoemaker at rshoemaker01@hamline.edu or Associate Chaplin Rabbi Esther Adler at adler.esther@gmail.com.


    Multi-faith

    Multi-Faith Alliance
    A group of un-like minded people asking the big questions. What is at the root of religion? How can we enhance community by learning about religions and faiths? A safe space to discuss, listen, and learn. Everyone welcome! This is a positive environment for all religious traditions or those with none. Meetings take place every Monday at 5:00 pm in the Bush Center Multifaith Chapel during the academic year. Dinner included!

    Visit our Facebook page or email Karina Hunt khunt03@hamlineuniversity.edu or Mia Jackman mjackman02@hamlineuniversity.edu for more information!

    HU Better Together Campaign
    Better Together is an initiative run through the Interfaith Youth Core. It is a national student campaign for interfaith action. By finding common values between faith and nonfaith groups we can have engaging conversations, tell stories, and do meaningful service work. We are dedicated to raising levels of religious literacy and interfaith cooperation on campus! Our student leaders are Amber Todd, Karina Hunt, Wuang Yang, and Miranda Chimzar. Visit our Facebook page and contact bettertogether@hamline.edu for more information.

    Join our J-term book club! We are reading "Saffron Cross" by Dana Trent. We will be meeting weekly, beginning January 4th, on Tuesdays 4:15-5:15 pm. Please e-mail bettertogether@hamline.edu to RSVP.


    Muslim

    Muslim Student Association
    The Muslim Student Association (MSA). MSA sponsors several annual events including Islamic Awareness Week. MSA meets weekly on Mondays at 5:00 pm in the Anderson Center, room #115. For more information, contact Nadia Almosawi at nalmosawi01@hamline.edu.

    Meditation

    Hamline University Mindfulness Meditation
    This group is open to all individuals with any level of experience or interest in Buddhist mindfulness and/or meditation at Hamline University. Guided meditation is led by ordained Zen Buddhist teacher and adjunct professor Marc Anderson. We meet for weekly meditation and discussion on Wednesdays at 7:00 pm in the Wellspring room on the third floor of Anderson Center. For more information, contact Mariya Khan at mkhan02@hamline.edu.

  • Wesley Center - Spirituality, Service, Social Justice 

  • Wesley Center News

    All are invited to join in the Twin Cities' observance of the 1965 Selma March on Sunday, March 8 from 2 p.m. - 4 p.m., beginning at the State Capitol and ending at Central Presbyterian Church led by a coalition of faith communities, community organizations, and universities.

    The Hamline community is invited to the Hamline University 2015 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration and Day of Service on Friday, January 16. The commemoration program will be held in Sundin Music Hall from 9:15 - 10:15 a.m. and the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service will be from 10:15 - 1 p.m. at various off-campus locations.

    Hamline has once again been named to the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, the highest federal recognition a college or university can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service-learning, and civic engagement.