Creating brave space one conversation at a time
Creating brave space for courageous conversations to take place is part of Spiritual Life’s commitment to be with students as they explore their faith in a community that will welcome and challenge them.
College is a time of transition, discovery, exploration and formation. It is an exciting time to learn about yourself and the world around you, but sometimes that is hard work and you need another person to walk alongside you.
The Spiritual Life staff is here to walk alongside you during your time at Campbell and ready to provide pastoral care in an environment that is safe and welcoming for all students. We believe that pastoral care is also way of life, so that when crisis, grief, loss or anything out of the ordinary happens, you already know we are here to care for you. You are not alone.
If you are seeking pastoral care, contact one of our ministers. Also, Resident Chaplains (RCs), who live in first year residence halls, are available to provide a caring and encouraging presence for students in their communities.
Our Place at the Table
Our Place at the Table brings students, faculty and staff together to share a meal while having conversation about a challenging topic in a space created for learning, mutual respect, grace and hospitality.
Our Place at the Table is held once a semester and planned with the assistance of students, faculty and members of the Spiritual Life staff. Topics for discussion are chosen each semester based on world events, the suggestions of students and the felt need of our campus community.Learn more
President’s Courageous Conversation Series
This monthly series brings together the Campbell community for conversations around vital topics that matter, and reflect Campbell’s commitment to graduate students with exemplary academic and professional skills who are prepared for purposeful lives and meaningful service.
Conversations range from explorations of leadership in underserved communities to important topics in Christian higher education and the global community.Learn more