Shove Council is a multi-faith discussion group that meets at noon on Wednesdays in the Shove Chapel Office. The Council is an inclusive, tolerant and multi-topic group. Come by any time you like for good conversation and a free buffet lunch!
Spiritual Journeys Series gathers faculty/staff members, visitors and students for conversations about issues of faith. The featured guest shares their spiritual history and where they find meaning and inspiration in life. Meets at least once each block at 12:15pm in the Chapel’s Sacred Grounds Coffee House with buffet lunch offered.
Art & Spirituality Series offers hands-on experiences of various creative forms to explore art as spiritual practice. Meets at various times every block.
Men’s & Women’s Spirituality Circles
offer a safe space for students of all gender identities to explore the connections among spirituality, religion, and gender in community.
Retreats at Baca
offer an opportunity for reflection, relaxation and fun away from campus during Block Break twice each year. Retreat themes have included such topics as sacred stories and contemplative practice. Participants can visit some of the diverse spiritual communities in the Crestone area.
Taize worship is held in Shove Chapel at 9:00pm on the second Monday of each block. This peaceful form of Christian worship features readings from Scripture, sung chant and silence.
Heart Centered Inquiry is an intentional one-year program focused around sustained spiritual, religious, and philosophical engagement, inviting students, faculty and staff to come together for critical reflection, spiritual practices, and community building. The experience is designed to nurture integration and transformation, giving participants an opportunity to take responsibility for their own education, bringing together head and heart.
Interfaith Leadership gathers student representatives of campus spiritual organizations to discuss matters of spiritual life on campus, provide mutual support and consider cooperative programs such as the annual Faith Awareness Event.
on the outdoor campus labyrinth north of Shove Chapel at any time and organized group walks by request.
Hospitality events are offered randomly throughout the year, and include breakfast burrito mornings, emergency dance parties, popcorn on the porch, and movie nights.
Holocaust Memorial Events include lectures, films and art exhibits in addition to the annual Service of Remembrance.
Festival of Lessons & Carols a candlelight Advent service, is a time-honored CC tradition modeled on the venerable King’s College, Cambridge, with intriguing postmodern elements.
Conversation Group with Air Force Cadets offers a chance to connect with women from the Air Force Academy to talk about women's leadership and spirituality.
Embodiment Spiritual Practices are offered on campus as a chance to explore the connection between spirituality and the body. Contact the Chaplains' Office for more information.