Stories of Faith
Every year Multi-Faith Council sponsors “Stories of Faith”, where members of the Colby Community share their stories, experiences and perspectives. These narratives range from some of the most challenging to the most rewarding aspects of faith in people’s lives, and we highly encourage submissions!
All are welcome, and be on the look out for more announcements concerning our next session in the Fall of 2016
What Matters to Me and Why
“What Matters to Me and Why” is co-sponsored by SGA and Colby’s Office of Religious and Spiritual Life, and serves to bring students and their teachers, administrators, and staff closer together.
In sharing our goals and ambitions, we become better equipped to interact in a manner that promotes day-to-day welfare and successful communication. Past speakers have included Jim Terhune, Professors Lydia Moland, Mark Tappan, David Findlay, as well as coaches such as Jared Breers.
Be on the lookout for our Spring 2016 schedule!
Each year Colby’s Office of Religious and Spiritual Life host a lecture to support and enhance the spiritual life of Colby College. Funding is generously provided by the Gerrish Family.
2016’s lecture took place on Tuesday, February 9th at 7:30 PM in Lorrimer Chapel, featuring Rahiel Tesfamarian and was titled This AIn’t Yo Mama’s Civil Rights Movement.
Previous lectures include, writer, political activist, and Christian Jim Wallis delivered his lecture titled What Does It Mean to be On God’s Side? and Does Religion Cause Violence? from Professor William Cavanaugh of DePaul University.