Independent Minds, Working Together

Sacred Spaces

Sometimes roommate and residence hall living gets overwhelming and you just want a space to go and regain your spiritual balance! Two of Wooster’s trustees, David Fleming and William Longbrake, have generously provided the funding for the creation of three ‘Sacred Spaces’ in Luce Hall library, Andrews Hall Room 110, and Compton Hall Room 119. The spaces have been designed by students for students, with craftsmanship provided by College of Wooster carpenters and other staff.

Access to Sacred Spaces for reflection, prayer, or meditation is available upon request by contacting Interfaith Campus Ministries.

Some of the other places that students also recognize as sacred are the oak grove (on the north side of Kauke Hall), the labyrinth (next to Ebert Art Center), and the beanbag room of Overholt House.