Reflection and Spiritual Care Center

Campus Ministry

The Reflection and Spiritual Care Center houses the offices of Campus Ministry and was created for whole community ministry.

Location: The Center is located at the back of Samuel Read Hall Hall, on Highland Street, opposite Lamson Library.

Hours: The Center’s hours for Spring 2014 are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m, Tuesday 10 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. and Thursday 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. And always by appointment (see phone numbers  below).

The Reflection and Spiritual Care Center is a place to come in, take a deep breath, and relax in our meditation room or check out a book on any spiritual subject in our library. The Center and and its staff are open to and respectful of all people of faith (or lack thereof).

Have a faith-based group you want to start? Then we have a quiet space for you to meet.

The Reflection Room in the Reflection & Spiritual Care Center is available to students, staff, and faculty for daily prayer. Please call Kathy Tardif (603) 535-2673 to make arrangements.

Phone Numbers:

  • Catholic Campus Ministry
    (603) 535-2673
  • Chi Alpha Ministry Evangelical
    (603) 254-8552
  • United Campus Ministry
    (603) 960-1828

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