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Religious Life and Spirituality

Colorado College welcomes all people of faith, valuing freedom of religious expression and committing itself to religious pluralism. More than 25 spiritual communities have an active presence on campus to encourage students on their journey.

The Chaplains’ Office

The Chaplains' Office fosters the life of the spirit by inviting authentic spiritual exploration and meaningful religious commitment. Supporting the human quest for identity and belonging, we cultivate an education of the heart to enrich the life of the mind at CC.


This year from February 16-19, The Chaplain's Office is proud to host the 8th Annual Coming Together Conference, a national interfaith conference for students from across the country. Our conference is the first in the nation to focus on the intersection between interfaith dialogue and contemplative and embodied spiritual practices. We have invited a renowned group of spiritual teachers and practitioners in Qigong, social justice work, Five Rhythms Dance, Jewish mysticism, Sufi mysticism, Christian monasticism and many other disciplines. Students will have the opportunity for both critical interfaith conversations and engagement with spiritual practices.

For information and registration, please contact Chaplain Kate Holbrook at or Program Coordinator Adele Moss at To learn more, you may also visit our Coming Together Facebook page HERE

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Spiritual Life at Colorado College