SpiritualiTEA: Connecting Through Diverse Spiritual Practices
We invite students from all spiritual backgrounds and identities to gather in community to explore different spiritual practices and reflect together over a cup of tea. Each night will be guided by a person or group who utilizes the practice as a regular part of their spiritual life. We hope the opportunity to learn about, experience and reflect on the practice will lead you to new insight into yourself, your life and your relationship with God, as you know and understand the Divine in your life.
All that is required is for you to be present! Bring your mug for tea and an open heart & mind.
When and where?
Monthly on the fourth Wednesdays during the semester from 8:00 - 9:00 p.m. in Fava Chapel or other locations as advertised.
What can I expect each week?
- Introduction & Context
- Tea and Group Reflection
What Spiritual Practices Might We Explore?
- The Ignatian Examen
- Zen Buddhist Meditation
- Yoga as a Sacred Art
- Praying Through Poetry
- Muslim Karbala
- And More!
Interested in Leadership?
Interested students can apply to be on the leadership team to plan and facilitate the SpiritualiTEA programs. Contact Campus Ministry Student Interns, Shahirah Khan at firstname.lastname@example.org or Sam Kennedy at email@example.com