The Office of Faith & Meaning provides support and advocacy for religious and spiritual life, along with other meaning making pursuits, at F&M. We value the importance of critical thinking and meaning-making within the context of a liberal arts education. We recognize the importance of college as a time when students seek to deepen their understanding of themselves and others. We support students deeply rooted in a particular religious tradition, those seeking, and those students with who don’t identify with a religious tradition at all. We provide opportunities for contemplation and reflection. We value religious pluralism and provide opportunities for students to engage and learn from one another across different religious and nonreligious identities for the purpose of building religious literacy, fostering respect for others, and creating opportunities for cooperation.

Questions? Contact:

Dr. Joe Pritchett, Director

Office of Faith & Meaning