Spiritual Life

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Brandeis encourages and supports all expressions of spiritual and religious life on campus. Photo by Mike Lovett.

Brandeis is home to students who practice 18 different world religions. The Brandeis community is one of open dialogue that encourages and supports all expressions of spiritual and religious life.

The university’s three chapels — the Berlin Chapel (Jewish), the Bethlehem Chapel (Catholic) and the Harlan Chapel (Protestant) — serve as the focal point of spiritual and religious activity on campus. In addition, a Muslim prayer room and resource center is located in the Usdan Student Center.

Several clubs and organizations are available to students seeking information or fellowship, including the Hillel Foundation, the Catholic Student Organization, the Brandeis Muslim Student Association, the Christian Fellowship and an interfaith group. The Office of the Chaplaincy also provides guidance and support.

For more information, contact:

Rev. Walter Cuenin, Catholic chaplain

Rev. Alexander L. Kern, Protestant chaplain

Rabbi Elyse Winick '86, Jewish chaplain

Imam Talal Y. Eid, Muslim adviser