Interfaith Initiatives

Through the Office of Belonging, the Assistant Director for Spiritual Wellness coordinates interfaith life on Albion College’s campus by training, supervising, and supporting student leaders.

Cultural and Diversity Weeks and Months

The Office of Campus Life and Office of Belonging coordinate Albion College’s celebration of heritage months, such as Hispanic Heritage Month, Coming Out Week, Black History Month, Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and other celebrations. The Anna Howard Shaw Center for Gender Equity coordinates Women’s History Month. The Assistant Director for Spiritual Wellness – (Office of Belonging), as well as student organizations, often sponsor programs during these heritage weeks and months that have a religious, spiritual, or philosophical theme.

Interfaith Ambassadors

Interfaith Ambassadors is a spiritual life initiative that brings a team of students and staff together to promote religious and spiritual belonging on campus. Ambassadors gather each week to learn, lead, and build community. Ambassadors also have the opportunity to earn the Interfaith Leadership innovation badge through reflection on their experiential learning and service.

Visiting Churches, Temples, and Mosques

The Assistant Director for Spiritual Wellness (Office of Belonging) maintains strong relationships with several religious, spiritual, and philosophical communities in the area and in the region. The Assistant Director for Spiritual Wellness facilitates visits to a variety of communities each academic year and can assist individuals and groups in planning a visit and provide resources for preparing for the visit.