Friday Night Shabbat
Meetings: Friday evenings TBD
Student contact: Nadia Hecker-O'Brien
We warmly encourage all interested students, regardless of their cultural or religious background, to participate in our weekly community gatherings for candle lighting and conversation.
Interfaith Club[Interfaith House]
Meetings: Conversation on Sundays at 8:30 pm in Interfaith House (842 Church Street, next to the OEC)
Student contact: Max Brumberg-Kraus
Mission: We at Interfaith are a group of students intent on creating and encouraging interfaith dialogue and understanding on campus, organizing trips to different religious gathering places, and serving as an information or networking resource for the student body on all spiritual/religious issues. This year we'll arrange discussions, picnics, retreats, and other activities to encourage a strong sense of community within and between different spiritual groups on campus.
- Interfaith House is the home of the Interfaith Council; IFH functions as a central hub for Interfaith activity on campus, providing meeting space for clubs and interfaith programing. In addition, it is home to six students of various faith traditions/spiritual seekers. Everyone on campus is welcome here to explore, dialogue and grow!
Intervarsity[Intervarsity] Christian Fellowship
Meetings: Wednesdays at 9:00 pm, Weeks Lounge in Pearsons
Student contact: Anna Hartz
Chapter Advisor: Casey Ehlers
Mission: To share Christ through outreach on and off campus, fellowship with other Christians to support each other and keep ourselves accountable, explore our faith through worship, scripture and discussion of other people's perspectives and learn from and listen to God in each other.
Beloit Unitarian Universalists
Student contact: Richelle Perry & Elizabeth Hitchcock
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Meetings: Sundays and Wednesdays, 4-5 pm. All sessions are held in the Hendricks Center, in Studios 1 and 2. All our mats are there and available for students to use during class on a first-come, first-served basis. Drop-ins and first-timers always welcome! Bring water and dress comfortably. Please be on time and respect the silence if you enter tardy.
Contact: Brittney De Alicante
Mission: Yoga Club seeks to provide a spiritual, educational, athletic, and mental health program in which students, faculty, and staff are welcomed to participate. Anyone can come to any of the practices, which are free to students, and a lot of fun! Keep your eyes open for future events sponsored by us. In the past we've held such events like Candlelight Evening Vinyasa Flow, Moonlit Yoga in the Science Center, The Yoga Lifestyle Lecture, Hip-Hop Yoga, and a "Being Upside Down Inversions and Holds Workshop."