Whether you want to connect with on-campus, student-run religious and spiritual organizations, worship communities in town, or religious staff members for conversation or counseling, the Center for Religion, Spirituality, and Social Justice helps you engage with Grinnell’s diverse spiritual community. Designed to foster interfaith dialogue and support many religious traditions, the center promotes local and global social justice through regular community meals, service opportunities, and other activities.

 

 

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In summer immersion programs, Hannah Hwang ’18 will study Korean in South Korea; Emily Howe ’16 will study Swahili in Tanzania.

The Rev. Moses Mason will preach and the Young, Gifted and Black Gospel Choir will sing at the celebration on on April 30.

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