Since 2003, the Office of the Chaplain has offered the Albion College community a comprehensive directory of area religious, spiritual, and philosophical communities. This guidebook also includes opportunities on campus (including student service groups) and a list of religious holidays for the academic year. Members of the Albion College community are welcome to stop by the Office of the Chaplain to look up information or receive a copy. Please direct specific questions to .
The Office of the Chaplain maintains strong relations with most religious, spiritual, and philosophical communities in the area and in the region. These include Baha'i, Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Islam, Jain, Jewish, Native American, Pagan, Quaker, Sikh, Spiritual/Not Religious, and Unitarian-Universalist friends, as well as non-religious philosophical communities. Most of these affiliations are included in the Albion College Spiritual Life Guidebook.
The College Chaplain is an active member of the Albion Ministerial Association. The group is focused on unified Christian prayer and worship. The group is also active in many community service programs, including Albion Interfaith Ministries, and supporting the public school children. For more information, please contact the College Chaplain.
The Office of the Chaplain maintains a connection with the Jewish community, and Albion College has available professional Hillel staff through the Lester & Jewell (MSU) Hillel (East Lansing, MI). Albion College Hillel is a member of Hillel International. For more information, please contact the College Chaplain.
The Office of the Chaplain also has association with the following organizations:
For more information, please contact the Office of the Chaplain. Learn more about the College's affiliation with the United Methodist Church.