We nurture the spiritual lives of students and faculty and staff members both within and outside of traditional religious contexts with organizations that address the spiritual, moral, and ethical issues that confront us as individuals and as a community. Sound like something you might be interested in? Get involved with one of our spiritual organizations below.

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Newman Community

The Newman Community is a Catholic-based, but not exclusive, group for individuals who express a desire to participate in community service, spiritual growth, or in the regular liturgies, programs, and services. Through the Newman Community, you can engage in community service and spiritual growth through our varied activities and programs. Programs include community service opportunities such as fundraisers and clothing drives.

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Springfield College Hillel

As part of Springfield College Hillel, you’ll be able to explore and celebrate your Jewish identity. Hillel can help you find a balance in being distinctively Jewish and universally human by encouraging you to pursue tzedek (social justice), tikkun olam (repairing the world), and Jewish learning. We put on many events each semester, including Oneg Shabbat services, High Holiday celebrations, and social events.

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Fellowship of Christian Athletes

Through the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, athletes can learn how the Christian faith applies to sports and other aspects of life within an open atmosphere of fellowship. The “huddles” are made up of past and present members of student athletic teams and any students with a sports-related interest. The group meets regularly in an atmosphere of fellowship for event planning, Bible study, outreach, and mutual support.

Spiritual Life at Springfield College