Center For Interfaith Engagement

No matter what faith you practice, you'll find a welcoming community at Keuka College.

Keuka College is a diverse, welcoming, multi-faith community. We welcome all forms of religious and spiritual diversity. Whether you're interested in attending weekly worship services, exploring your spirituality, or just need pastoral care and spiritual guidance from time-to-time, the Center For Interfaith Engagement is here to support your spiritual and religious development.

Worship and Meditation Opportunities

Ultimate Worship Wednesday is a student-led, casual, Christian worship experience every Wednesday evening. It's held from 8 - 9 p.m. in the Brezinsky Room.

Mindfulness Meditation is a secular technique for enhancing positive life skills, reducing stress, developing balance and prioritization, and increasing the effectiveness of interpersonal and intrapersonal activities. It's each held Monday at 4:30 in the Meditation Room (Dahlstrom #40).

Sessions are facilitated by Nicole Hunt. All students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend. This program is free and is not a credit-bearing class.

In addition to the regular worship and meditation services, the Center For Interfaith Engagement offers services intended to address special needs. These multi-faith services provide the community opportunities to reflect and remember.

Special services in the past have included:

  • 9/11 Remembrance Service
  • Veteran’s Day Service
  • Hanukkah Celebration
  • Christmas Candlelight Service
  • Ash Wednesday Services, both Catholic & Non-Denominational
  • Purim Celebration
  • Passover Celebration
  • Holy Thursday
  • Good Friday
  • Holocaust Remembrance Service
  • Multi-faith Peace Vigil

The Finger Lakes region is home to many places of worship of all faiths and denominations, all of which warmly welcome Keuka College students. 

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