Welcome to Religious & Spiritual Life
Haverford College students engage in a wide variety of religious and spiritual activities. These activities may be affiliated with local places of worship, or they may be student led and designed.
Groups are open to interested visitors, in addition to those who identify with a particular faith. In a given week, you will find many religious activities, including midweek mass in the Campus Center with Newman Catholic Campus Ministry, Quaker meeting for worship, bagels and Torah sessions, and Friday night dinners with the Muslim Students Association. Many of these groups will join together for fellowship meals, discussions, and off-campus activities.
Below, you will find some helpful links with information about Religious & Spiritual Life both on and off campus. Religious and spiritual diversity is significant for students and faculty alike, and our attention to dialogue, worship and multi-faith initiatives is a testament to Haverford's vibrant campus life. If you have questions, comments, or suggestions, feel free to contact Walter Hjelt Sullivan '82, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Inside Religious Life @ Haverford
Religion & Spirituality Week
Join us September 23-27 to celebrate the vibrant faith communities on campus!
This spring break program is an exciting and transformative week-long experience offered by the Interfaith Center of Greater Philadelphia for tri-co students who wish to acquire an understanding of major world religions, dialogue with members of those faiths, and work with them in their Philadelphia communities. Apply here.