All are welcome
We believe that every person is of sacred worth and that everyone should be made to feel welcome
Our Religious Life Community seeks to personify love, justice and reconciliation—values informed by religious and spiritual traditions. We welcome and value the participation of all races, nationalities, sexual and affectional orientations, gender identities, mental and physical health and abilities, systems of belief and theological identities.
Together we will strive to embody a radical hospitality that welcomes all, as shown to us by God.
1,558Hours donated for service during 2017-18 academic year
28+Religions and spiritual identities represented on campus
180Students the Religious Life Community interacts with weekly
We believe in building a better world—and that starts on campus
Campus Ministry offers our students many ways to get involved and encourage dialogue, learning and understanding.
Service includes getting involved
The campus community and visitors alike, are invited into the sacred space of Smith Memorial Chapel. Standing on the main quadrangle, the chapel offers a visual and symbolic reminder of the centrality of religion and spiritual experience to the human condition. There are many opportunities to serve others through formation.
Simpson Youth Academy
Simpson is pleased to offer the Simpson Youth Academy, a program for current high school students that allows them to explore their faith more deeply. Some of the questions explored in the 10-day long, on-campus experience have included:
Can faith and politics mix?
Why is there suffering in the world?
Why do religions seem to cause so much violence in the world?
How can I live a life of faithfulness and integrity?
Following the group experience, students are paired with a mentor that works with them and guides them for nine months, leading up to a final project. Learn more about this amazing opportunity for high school students.