11:45 am - 12:15 pm Ehrler Hospitality Center, Siebert Chapel
Every Thursday, students, faculty, and staff are invited to lunch and to learn about different faith traditions, specific traditions, and rituals that are important to faith and non-faith communities in order to be in conversation with each other about matters of ultimate concern and to find our shared values. Contact Cal McCormick at email@example.com or Serena Richardson at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Join our Common Ground Community Builders in the Center for Faith and Spirituality for great conversation around BIG QUESTIONS and opportunities to connect with the Carthage and surrounding community.
Two to three times a term CFS hosts a favorite event with our students—it is just what it says it is, Just Lunch. A fresh, hot lunch is available for pick up in the front lobby of Siebert Chapel. Students are greeted by CFS student staff and invited to free lunch.
Ongoing Service Days
Throughout the school year, the Center for Faith and Spirituality sponsors service opportunities in our region. Service options could include an afternoon trip to Feed My Starving Children in Libertyville, Illinois, volunteering at our fall and spring Red Cross blood drives, supporting our year-end campus food drive, or service experiences at nonprofits in the Racine/Kenosha area. Want to know more about service? Contact Kayla Johnsonemail@example.com; Riley Neltner - firstname.lastname@example.org; Sydney Anderson - email@example.com.
CFS hosts a welcome dinner for all students on campus as the year begins. The evening is an opportunity to meet others interested in faith and interfaith life on campus.
Chapel Night Live
On the first Tuesday of the fall semester, the Chapel throws its doors open to welcome back all our students. Food, games, prizes, and meeting our CFS student staff are part of the night. It is a great way to learn more about faith and spirituality on campus and to meet new students.
This fall seniors from the class of 2022 from multiple faith traditions will gather to plan the Interfaith Baccalaureate. Each year is unique and is meant to express the personality of each senior class. Seniors, watch The Bridge for announcements about how to join the committee.