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 Spiritual Life is here to support your spiritual and religious development.
Worship and Meditation Opportunities
For those students seeking spiritual support while working through life’s issues, the Chaplain is available for counseling by appointment or walk-in.
Why is there suffering? Is there a God? What happens when we die? Is there truth or is there absolute truth? We're here to help you reflect and think about life's big questions. The College's chaplain and our student spiritual directors use spiritual paths that help you reflect, pray, meditate, and focus your thoughts no matter what religion you do—or do not–practice.
The spiritual paths allow you to explore your religion and spirituality through the lens of something you're passionate about. Paths might include activities, readings, scripture, apps, movies, music, games, and more.