Emory seeks to provide opportunities for spiritual and religious life to flourish on campus. Undergraduate and graduate student spiritual organizations enrich the diverse character of the campus community offering opportunities for worship, prayer, meditation, education, service, social justice, and pastoral care. Emory Spiritual and Religious Life nurtures a diverse religious life program that supports particular faith traditions and interfaith engagement, educates about spirituality and ethics in society and the world, and builds bridges of understanding and peace.
When you make a gift to Emory Spiritual and Religious Life, you are strengthening our community and enhancing spiritual life on campus and in the many communities we serve.
For Emory Day of Giving, we are highlighting these giving opportunities:
- Gifts to Center for Religious Life support the design, construction, and programming of the proposed Emory Interfaith Center.
- Gifts to the Journeys of Reconciliation Endowment fund support an interfaith travel program for students, faculty, and staff to learn about social justice issues in the world.
- Gifts to the Inter-Religious Council support weekly gatherings of 25 representatives of undergraduate Atlanta-campus spiritual organizations for dialogue and building interfaith leadership.
- You can also designate your support for University Worship (Christian), Hindu, Buddhist, Jewish, or Muslim Life programs.