Religious & Spiritual Life
The community at The College of Wooster is diverse so our ministry is one of cooperation and dialogue across the boundaries that sometimes divide us from one another. We welcome students, staff, faculty, and community members who travel a variety of spiritual paths.
We would also like to welcome the class of 2021! We look forward to meeting and getting to know you, and hope that you will take a moment to complete our survey.
If you are a prospective student or parent visiting this site as a part of your exploration of Wooster, please feel free to contact us for more information, to connect with a current student, or to arrange for a meeting while you are on campus.
Please know that we are eager to meet you and hear your ideas about what this ministry should be.
Religious and Spiritual Life at Wooster
A complete religious and spiritual life at Wooster involves a balance of stretching and settling. Stretching is authentic engagement with persons, experiences, ideas, and questions that will enrich and challenge our values, ethics, and actions. Settling is committed deepening of the spirit through study and reflection, commitment to a supportive group of peers, and mentoring relationships with more seasoned travelers.