Religious and Spiritual Life

While we’re away from campus and each other, Chaplain Whitney continues to provide space and resources for Scotties’ spiritual care, practice, and support. 

Mid-Day Centering
every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 
12:50-1:00 p.m. (EDT) on Zoom
(through May 8)
(Check the Irvine for details)


Prayer Requests
All are invited to submit a prayer request to Chaplain Whitney -- or share a prayer of your own! These submissions can be totally anonymous, but if you share your name and email address, you’ll receive a response. We are all holding one another tightly right now and by connecting in prayer, we deepen our communion with God and with one another. 
ASC Prayer Wall

Chat with Chaplain Whitney (“office hours”)
Tuesday 11-1
Thursday 11-1
Friday 2-4
Chaplain Chat to “book” a time to talk

 

If these times aren’t good for you, please email wboothlockard@agnesscott.edu to set up a separate time to talk. 

For the latest updates on what’s happening in Religious & Spiritual life at ASC, follow @scottie_spirituality on Instagram

 

Welcoming All Faiths

The Office of Religious & Spiritual Life plans community worship and other religious programs, as well as opportunities for study, learning, prayer, pastoral care and outreach.

 

Check out our Instagram Page to keep up with events and activities related to our office! 

Scottie Spirituality on Instagram

 

Providing the Scottie Community with a Variety of Resources
The Office of Religious & Spiritual Life supports a community where everyone can experience spiritual growth through worship, fellowship, service and study. We invite you to explore the many student-led religious organizations, places of worship and opportunities for service.

 

The Office of Religious & Spiritual Life seeks to support students through the goals of:

  1. Nurturing the spiritual growth of a diverse student body by providing opportunities for worship, service and dialogue.
  2. Cultivating a welcoming community that promotes ecumenism, interfaith dialogue and respect for religious diversity
  3. Celebrating the relationship of faith and learning through an annual Faith and Learning event and other programs that bring eminent scholars and practitioners of religion to campus.
  4. Valuing individual inquiry, commitment to the common good, the importance of character formation and engagement with the world.
  5.  Encouraging students’ exploration of faith, spirituality and vocation. 

 

Founded in the Presbyterian tradition, Religious & Spiritual Life at Agnes Scott is based upon both the affirmation that all people are created in the image of God, members of the human family, and the celebration of the pluralism and diversity of the world's many faith traditions. Religious life welcomes persons of all faiths.

Click here to read the covenant between Agnes Scott College and Synod of South Atlantic of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)