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Spiritual Life


Monday, December 3rd
Women’s bible study at 7p.m. in the Multifaith Center with Autumn

Tuesday, December 4th
Large group bible study in Masters rm.8

Wednesday, December 5th
Men’s bible study at 7p.m. in the theatre lobby with Michael Miller

Thursday, December 6th
Men’s bible study at 7p.m. in Jake’s place with Luis and Michael Vargas


Sunday Confessions, 6 p.m.
Sunday Mass, 6:30 p.m.,
Kachel Chapel located in Teel Hall
Contact: Reverend Richard C. Brensinger


Hanukkah began on Sunday, December 2nd and will end Monday, December 10th. Happy Hanukah!

All are welcome to come celebrate Hanukkah with Hillel on Friday, December 7th, 2018 from 6-7p.m.

We will be making latkes, playing Dreidel, and lighting the candles in the Multifaith Center.


Sunday, December 9th at 3:00 p.m.

Come out to our Student‐Led Christian Worship Service, this Sunday at 3 p.m. in the Memorial Chapel. As we approach finals, we know that Christmas is around the corner. This Sunday we will have an extended time for worship, prayer, and a short message that pertains to our theme of the week: The Christmas Season. We look forward to seeing you there and can’t wait to worship with you all. God Bless!


   Believe you can, and you’re half way there!

Multi-faith Council

Paula Trimpey,
Assistant Professor of Theatre and Fashion, Theatre/Fashion Merchandising & Design

Jennifer Koosed,
Professor, Religious Studies

Christian Hamman
Associate Professor, Chemistry & Biochemistry

Office of the Chaplain

Albright supports and encourages the exploration of religion, faith and moral values as part of a liberal arts education. The College has a longstanding affiliation with the United Methodist Church and its historical precursors and embraces their ideal of “practical divinity” – an active engagement with others that seeks justice and liberty, presumes the equal dignity of all persons, and values service. Albright is a highly ecumenical community that supports the spiritual life of those of all faiths and those having no faith tradition. Through the chaplain’s office, the College seeks to provide opportunities in which students can reflect upon religious and moral questions and issues. The cardinal virtues of respect, openness and tolerance are considered essential ingredients in any dialogue about the meaning and significance of the various religious traditions. The chaplain is also available for individual student counseling on personal and religious concerns.

The Rev. Paul Clark ’73
610-921-7708, pclark@albright.edu
Office: Memorial Chapel

Multifaith Center

Located at 1811 Linden Street, the Multifaith Center is a shared space where people of all faith traditions can gather for worship, quiet reflection, meetings and group activities. There is a large room on the first floor and several smaller rooms on the second floor.

In addition to providing a space where the many different faith traditions on campus can gather, the goal of the Multifaith Center is to encourage interaction among different religious groups so they can appreciate one another and work together. It is also used to reach students who may not have any particular interest in formal religion, but want to be part of conversations and discussions of serious topics. The goal is to be open to people of faith as well as to people of no faith, and to be a safe place to explore issues.

Student Religious Organizations

In addition to the work of the chaplain’s office, student religious groups representing the Jewish, Protestant and Catholic traditions offer a variety of means through which students can explore personal and social issues of faith. Weekly Protestant and Catholic worship services are offered on campus for students and other members of the College community.