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COVID-19 Update

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, Memorial Church, the Center for Inter-Religious Community, Learning and Experiences (CIRCLE), and Windhover Contemplative Center are all currently closed. Students who wish to apply for a religious event exemption, click HERE for more information.

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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.

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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. 

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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. 

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Spiritual Care and Counseling

ORSL Dean and Associate Deans are available to support Stanford community members through life's highs and lows. 

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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.