Faith and Spiritual Life at EMU
How do people describe EMU?
- Welcoming supportive community
- Located close to places of natural beauty
- Nurturing spaces for exploring faith and values
- Caring faculty and staff who mentor students
Community, Nature, Worship and Prayer
If your faith and spirituality are formed in the context of community, nature, worship and prayer, EMU is for you. We have:
- weekly opportunities for Christian worship
- conversation, Bible study and relational opportunities
- interfaith learning spaces and outdoor adventures
- prayer and meditation rooms available for your use
If your faith is nurtured through acts of service and compassion, or the passionate search for justice for the oppressed, EMU is for you.
Student groups are involved in faithful service near and far. From cleaning up the local Blacks Run stream, to spring break service trips, to demonstrating against hate and violence in the world, EMU students show faith in action. Here are just a few student groups that foster active faith.
- Alpha Omega Dancers for Christ
- Engineers for a Sustainable World
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes
- Peace Fellowship
- Safe Space
- Sustainable Food Initiative
Faith and Religious Exploration
Your college experience is a good time to explore what your faith means for your life today and in the future. We can help you explore by:
- We encourage interfaith understanding and dialogue
- We welcome asking questions and voicing doubts
- We mentor you to claim your values, passions and purpose
- We encourage you to explore connecting across differences
- We provide care through spiritual mentoring, pastoral care and counseling
The faith and spiritual life compassion fund helps students with emergency needs.
Office of Faith and Spiritual Life
The Office of Faith and Spiritual Life fosters relationships of hospitality, healing, and hope; encourages spiritual formation, active faith, and interfaith literacy; welcomes questions and doubts; and explores values and vocation, with EMU Mission, Vision, and Values and the Student Life Division purpose as foundations.