If faith is important to you, you'll discover many opportunities to develop your spiritual life at Kenyon. You'll find a variety of activities supporting a diversity of faiths, from formal religious services to support for humanitarian interest groups.
Clubs and organizations run the gamut—Bible study, Buddhist and Zen meditation, and Quaker worship. The Canterbury Club, a student organization linked to the Harcourt Parish, engages in a variety of community-service projects and hosts a weekly student-prepared dinner open to all. Kenyon Hillel, a touchstone for those participating in Jewish life on campus, has its own house equipped with a kosher kitchen. The Newman Club welcomes Roman Catholics, and Mass is celebrated in the Church of the Holy Spirit, the College chapel. Muslim students get together formally, informally, and host a community iftar when Ramadan falls during the academic year.
Visit the Board of Spiritual and Religious Life for more information.