The Charleston House of Interfaith Cooperation

Trinity’s Interfaith House opened its doors in 1999 to students of different religious traditions, as well as those who don’t follow any spiritual or religious practice. Located at 155 Allen Place, the Interfaith House is available to all members of the Trinity community for group events—meals, discussion groups, movie and game nights, workshops, etc. The two-story building has a well-equipped kitchen, a meeting/dining room with tables and chairs, a lounge area with couches and a television. There is also a dharma (meditation) room upstairs.
Please contact Jared Cotton '15 at to reserve the Interfaith House and arrange for entry.