The Center for Spiritual Life
Wireman Chapel at Eckerd College
727.864.7522 - phone
Director of the Center for Spiritual Life/Chaplain
Libby Shannon '05
Associate Director of the Center for Spiritual Life/Associate Chaplain
Father Oscar Kozyra
Catholic Campus Ministries
Rabbi Ed Rosenthal, Campus Rabbi
Executive Director Suncoast Hillel
Office Fax: 813.899.2919
Welcome to the Center
Burchenal Lecture Series
Caliban's Heirs: Caribbean Writers and Shakespeare's The Tempest
Jared Stark, Associate Professor of Literature at Eckerd College
Tuesday, April 8, 2014 at 7:30pm | Fox Hall
The mission of the Center for Spiritual Life is to challenge the mind, nurture the spirit and develop the talents of all those who utilize the services of the Center.
Goals of the Center for Spiritual Life Include:
- To bring together students, staff and faculty to foster a continuing and challenging campus conversation about spiritual issues.
- To provide a forum for public education and discussion focused on the role of religion and spiritual life in the contemporary world.
- To offer through the Campus Ministries program means of enriching the spiritual lives and understanding of our students.
The Center for Spiritual Life comprises three divisions: The Office of the Director, Campus Ministries, and the Colloquy Program.
- The Office of the Director administers the Burchenal lecture series, public events for available to larger Tampa Bay community; introduces new initiatives that meet the changing spiritual needs of the entire Eckerd community; and seeks to connect the college with off-campus entities, including local religious organizations.
- Campus Ministries program coordinates all on-campus religious life services and programming. A student-driven and student-responsive program, Campus Ministries seeks to develop and enhance the spiritual lives of students within the context of Eckerd College's vision of educating the whole person.
- The Colloquy Program invites full-time faculty to engage on a regular basis other members of the community in discussion around contemporary issues of faith and religion.
The Center is advised by an active Spiritual Life Council with members representing the Eckerd College Board of Trustees, the Presbyterian Church, USA, and other Christian and non-Christian religious traditions.