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Faith/Spirituality Resources

Campus Specific

  • Reflection Rooms

    • There are several reflection rooms across Central, Medical and North campus. These rooms provide spaces for members of the university community to pray, meditate or other spend time in quiet reflection. The link provides more information about the locations, hours and specific details of the rooms.

  • Religious/Spiritual Student Groups

    • There are numerous religious and spiritual student groups on campus. Follow the link for more information and details

  • Religious Holidays during the 2019-2020 Academic Year

  • Association of Religious Counselors

    • The Association of Religious Counselors (ARC) is an independent association of representatives from religious and spiritual communities that serve the students, staff, and faculty of the University of Michigan.

General

  • The Institute for Welcoming Resources  (Christianity - Non-denominational)

    • IWR wants to help build church homes that are truly welcoming and nurturing, where everyone knows “they're okay, just like they are.”

  • The World Congress of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Jews: Keshet Ga’avah (Judaism)

    • We strive to be a worldwide voice for LGBTQIA+ Jews, to support, inspire, and strengthen local groups, to foster a sense of community among diverse individuals and organizations.

  • Soulforce (Christianity - Non-denominational)

    • Soulforce's goal is to turn this world upside down and inside out in the name of justice and equity for folks across all marginalized racial, sexual, and gender identities. We seek to do the kind of collective activism that makes our souls burst as we free ourselves from spiritual violence.

  • Muslim for Progressive Values LGBTQI Resources (Islam)

    • MPV endorses the human and civil rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and queer (LGBTIQ) individuals. We affirm our commitment to ending discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity and we support full equality and inclusion of all individuals, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, in society and in the Muslim community.

  • The LGBTQ Humanist Alliance (Humanism)

    • The LGBTQ Humanist Alliance seeks to cultivate safe and affirming communities, promote humanist values, and achieve full equality and social liberation of LGBTQ persons.


For a list of LGBTQ+ affirming faith spaces in the Ann Arbor visit - http://bit.ly/2CZ1aXt.