Spiritual and religious life at Trinity offers you an extraordinary opportunity to deepen your faith, explore spirituality, and learn about the traditions and practices of others.
We emphasize community life as well as the worship, spiritual disciplines, educational and music programs, and social justice work of our students. Trinity hosts a remarkably broad range of traditions on campus, with many students active in programs through the Chapel, Hillel, the Muslim Students Association, Zen Buddhism, and the Mindfulness Project.
All people of all faiths are all welcome to participate in spiritual and religious programs and events on campus, whether it is to practice the life of faith or to learn about the beliefs and practices of others. The chaplaincy supports all students through their Trinity experience. Our staff handles pastoral counseling with confidentiality. We will also gladly assist any student in developing support for observances not currently represented.
Spiritual and religious life at Trinity is rich and meaningful, with a legacy drawn from the founding of the College. That legacy invites each of us into the depth and beauty of spiritual and religious life and yet calls all of us to embrace the strength and breadth of a community as diverse as our world today.