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Sinclair Multifaith Campus Ministry

Upcoming Events

Monday, September 11     2 pm

“The Jewish High Holidays”

Join us in the Sinclair library loggia area (building 7), as we hear from Rabbi Tina Sobo of Temple Israel about the two key holidays of Rosh Hashanah (New Year’s Day) and Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement).


Thursday, September 21          1 pm

“Welcoming the Neighbor: Conversations about Immigrants and Immigration”

As part of the International Day of Peace, come to the Sinclair library loggia area (building 7) for this timely presentation on how faith communities might take part in the current conversations about immigration. Three members of Sinclair’s faculty will share their perspective, and we will have time for discussion afterward.


Thursday, September 28         1 pm

“Sinclair Talks: How are You Weird?”

Chaplain Larry Lindstrom and Ombudsman Amy Hartman will offer this presentation at the Englewood Learning Center. Come and explore your own uniqueness, then use it to the greatest effect!


Saturday, October 7   10 am to 2 pm

“Spiritual Health for Individuals and Families”

Join Sinclair’s Arts faculty for music, dance, theater, spoken word and more as we explore the spiritual dimension of life. Reflect on your spiritual journey and engage with us to discuss purpose.

Lunch provided to all registered participants.

Special thanks to the Diversity office, Student & Community Engagement, and the departments of Arts, Religion, Humanities, and Sociology for their partnership on this event.

For more information, contact Chaplain Larry Lindstrom: larry.lindstrom@sinclair.edu.


Saturday, October 21

“Soul Collage” retreat

This one-day experience, led by Multifaith Campus Minister Jane Steinhauser, invites participants to engage in their own spiritual journey and grow in faith.

Cost is $25 per person. Scholarship assistance is available.

For more information, contact Dr. Steinhauser: