The Ablution and Private Prayer/Meditation Area
Adjoining the Sacred Space west entrance is the Ablution Area, offering worshippers a private contemplation space, as well as a facility to perform ritual ablutions.
- Capacity - 5
- Features - The Ablution Area features a low stainless-steel sink with several water faucets, which allows for ablution at foot level.
- Additional features - A curtained and carpeted area adjacent to the sink accomodates 1-5 people for private prayer or meditation. This area is especially useful for those wishing to pray while the Sacred Space in is use.
- Location- West entrance of the Sacred Space, 200 Ell Hall
- Hours - see hours for the Sacred Space
- Availability - Personal walk-in use during open hours requires no advance booking, and is based on availability. Not available for use by groups.
Space Request Form
To request use of the Sacred Space and/or Reflection Room, please print the form, fill it out legibly, and submit it to the NU Center for Spirituality, Dialogue and Service by one of the following methods:
Drop off: 203 Ell Hall
Mail: NU Center for Spirituality, Dialogue and Service, Northeastern University
203 Ell Hall, Boston, MA 02115
For questions contact the Center for Spirituality, Dialogue and Service at 617-373-2728, or email Jason Pollens, Program Manager for Dialogue and Education, at j.pollens(at)neu.edu