Center for Spirituality, Dialogue, and Service
The Center for Spirituality, Dialogue, and Service (203 Ell Hall) serves and supports the spiritual and religious lives of all NU community members. The Center is home to the Sacred Space (200 Ell Hall), a beautiful award-winning multi-faith area for worship, private contemplation, group meetings, and special events. Through dynamic programs of spirituality, interfaith/intercultural dialogue, service learning and civic engagement, we educate student leaders to address the pressing global needs of the 21st century. Spiritual Advisors from diverse faith traditions are available for spiritual guidance, mentoring, worship facilitation, program planning and support. The Center also oversees and supports the Social Justice Resource Center (106 St. Stephen Street), the Hillel Center (70 St. Stephen Street), and the Catholic Center (68 St. Stephen Street).
Click here to check out an article about Alexander Levering Kern, the executive director of Northeastern’s new Center for Spirituality, Dialogue and Service.