Center for Religion, Spirituality, and Social Justice
The Center for Religion, Spirituality, and Social Justice is dedicated to fostering and celebrating a diversity of practice and opinion regarding religion, spirituality, culture, ability, disability, and social justice policy. We encourage and support engagement on our campus, in the broader Grinnell community and the global commons, in the form of dialogue, programming, and service. We are committed to continuing current and creating new opportunities for collaboration with students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
AA 11th Step Meeting
7:00 p.m. on Mondays, CRSSJ Prayer Garage, 1233 Park Street, back of building, north entrance
If you were the first in your family to attend college, please consider joining us at our Annual First-Generation Student Dessert Reception at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 10, 2014 in JRC 209. The goal of this annual event is to connect first-generation college students with faculty and staff members from similar backgrounds.
Grinnell celebrates the life of a fallen world leader in “Remembering Nelson Mandela.”
The Chaplain's Office supports and leads the following activities:
Council on Religious Life
Black Church at Grinnell
Social Justice Action Group (SJAG)
The Chaplain's Office offers assistance to anyone looking for places for worship, for involvement in religious student groups, and spiritual or renewal opportunities in and around Grinnell. Our goal is help students find resources for worship, prayer or renewal in whatever tradition they currently practice as well as assist them in exploring traditions and opportunities for beginning a faith or spiritual journey. Let us know how we can help you get connected.
Grinnell Fest offers opportunity to explore college life, including religious and spiritual groups on campus and off.
Chalutzim invites you to the Jewish high holy days of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.