Is your group needing worship or meeting space? Contact the Chaplains Office at x4981 for information regarding options available or to make reservations and we can assist you.
|Herrick Chapel is our largest worship space on campus. It is architecturally and historically Christian. We hold Sunday morning worship services there on special occasions and holy days. Black Church at Grinnell Services is also held in Herrick. Seating approximately 400, the Chapel is also available for weddings throughout the year. For scheduling details or questions, please call the Chaplain's Office (641-269-4981).|
|Herrick Chapel is open daily from 8:00 a.m. to Midnight for prayer and meditation. The Prayer Room is located in the basement.|
The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life
Center for Religion, Spirituality, and Social Justice at 1233 Park St
The Chaplain's Office, Community Service Program, Office of Social Commitment, Office of Young Innovators for Social Justice Prize, and Alternative-Break/ReNew Programs are located in this building as well.
The building is available from 8:00 a.m - 12 midnight, 7 days a week. Please feel free to stop by!
|The Religious & Spiritual Activities Room is used by many religious and spiritual groups as well as student-lead recovery groups. This room is on the 1st floor and is religiously neutral by design to better accommodate the needs of our diverse community. It can be scheduled through the Office of the Chaplain (x4981).|
|The Prayer & Meditation Library is open daily 8:00am to Midnight for prayer and meditation. It is located on the second floor and is used by various religious and spiritual groups. To reserve this space, contact the Office of the Chaplain (x4981).|
|The Lounge & Hospitality Area is open daily for studying or relaxing with friends. Grab a cup of coffee, tea, or cocoa and spend some down time with our staff.|
A walking Labyrinth is available at special events. Scheduled dates are announced. Please contact our office if you'd like to schedule the Labyrinth as part of your event.
The Labyrinth is not a maze; rather it is a circuitous path that leads one in to the center and out along the same route. It can be used as a tool to quiet the mind, bring balance, and encourage meditation, insight and celebration.