Spiritual Life Services

The Center for Spiritual Life provides opportunities for students to get involved in the following areas:

 

Mission/Outreach: Through community, national and world wide service to others in need students can get involved in on-going mission programs that either they or the Center initiate. Look for updates posted outside the Center.

Speakers/Discussions: The Center hosts (and/or co-hosts along with other campus groups) an ongoing speaker/discussion series focusing on topics that explore diversity, ethics and elements of spirituality and religious life. Spiritual Practice:

 

The Center will offer opportunities to be involved in events that are both religious and spiritual.

Religious:

  • Specific and interfaith
  • On and off-campus worship
  • Sacred text discussions

Spiritual:

  • Meditation
  • Labyrinth walks
  • Retreats and gatherings.

Events will be both student and staff led. All are welcome to attend regardless of one’s own beliefs or affiliations.

Pastoral/Confidentiality: Rev. Thomas Sullivan, the Director of the Center, is available to meet with students/staff and faculty regarding moral/ethical/religious and spiritual concerns they may encounter or wish to share. All discussions with community members/students are kept in the strictest confidence. Please feel free to ask about the nature of confidentiality as it applies to the Center.

Hospitality/Social: Social events will be scheduled throughout the year; please check the campus calendar on my.lasell. Students wishing to organize a club related to spiritual or religious life should contact Rev. Sullivan. All are welcome to drop by the Center where there will always be a cup of tea/coffee, a snack and a welcome waiting.

Lending Library: The Center is in the process of developing a lending library. If students are looking for a particular book or sacred text, please feel free to stop by and check out a book.

News Highlight

State Board of Higher Education Approves New Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice  Wednesday, December 17, 2014The Massachusetts Board of Higher Education has approved a new Master’s degree in Criminal Justice at Lasell that will offer students multiple concentrations in Emergency Management, Homeland Security, Violence Prevention and Advocacy as well as a flexible Criminal Justice option. The online program launches in Fall 2015.

Featured Event

Colored Girls Hustle  Wednesday, October 29, 2014Yamawaki Auditorium