Creative Spirituality

Creative Spirituality is a program within the Multifaith Chaplaincy aimed at creating unique, innovative offerings that are not limited to religious or spiritual topics. Creative Spirituality is flexible by design, empowering students with freedom of form and the capacity to address unmet needs within the student body as they arise. Often this takes the form of artistic, creative practices like cooking, singing, dancing, writing, story-telling, or painting in a reflective and contemplative way.


Erin Hazlett-Norman ’19 is the 2018-19 Creative Spirituality Fellow.

 

 


2018-19 Offerings:

Food for the Soul!


Previous Creative Spirituality offerings:

Free Write 101: Creative Journaling and Pizza-Making

Free Write 101’s are laid back evenings of pizza making and creative journaling. Absolutely no experience in either writing or pizza-making are required – the purpose of the program is to offer a relaxing space for students to express themselves freely and without judgement. While writing prompts will be provided, free-writing/drawing/expression are also encouraged, and there is no expectation that the writing be shared with the group unless desired by the student. All materials, including pens and paper, will be available. The location of the program is at Multifaith Chaplain Brittany Longsdorf’s home.