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Visiting Information

Memorial Church Open Visiting Hours:
Monday - Thursday, 9 AM - 4 PM
Friday, 9 AM - 1 PM
Tours on Fridays at 11 AM.

Memorial Church is closed for University holidays, University closures, services, and private events. Windhover Contemplative Center is currently closed. There is no expected re-opening date at this time.

About Memorial Church and Companion Spaces
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Spiritual Resources

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Anti-Asian Violence

Spiritual Resources and Support in the Wake of Harassment & Hate Towards Asians, Asian Americans, and Pacific Islanders.

A North Carolinian Sikh Community

Indianapolis Shooting - Solidarity Statement

We stand together in mourning Amarjeet Kaur Johal, Jaswinder Singh, Amarjit Kaur Sekhon, Jaswinder Kaur, Matthew R. Alexander, Samaria Blackwell, Karli Smith, and John Weisert, who all lost their lives in a mass shooting at a FedEx building in Indianapolis.

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Black Lives Matter

Here you will find a curated list of faith based resources available to confront anti-black racism today. 

ORSL Statement on the Bombing in Peshawar

The Office for Religious and Spiritual Life extends its condolences to the Muslim community on campus and around the world for the 64 lives lost in the mosque bombing in Peshawar. The limited coverage is especially painful in the continued marginalization of the Muslim community. 

Responding to the COVID Crisis in India

A Resource from the Asian American Psychological Association’s division for South Asian Americans.

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Spiritual Care

In need of emotional, spiritual, or existential support or guidance?

Stanford University Chaplains are confidential resources specifically trained to employ non-sectarian, non-judgmental listening, support, and accompaniment in spiritual, existential and emotional care.  There are no hidden religious or spiritual agendas! They specialize in being fully present with you in your experiences and feelings. Whatever they may be.

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Voices of Hope

The Office for Religious & Spiritual Life has created a new weekly podcast series, Voices of Hope. Here you can listen to reflections from our clergy, faculty, staff, and students as we navigate our way through this time together. 

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Wisdom for the Way

Weekly reflection for members of Stanford's communities.

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Avoiding Unhealthy Religious Practices

Unhealthy religious organizations can be hard to recognize at first, and there is a spectrum in the aggressiveness of these groups’ tactics.