Religious and Spiritual Life offers several opportunities for students to engage with Faith Communities on campus and beyond.
Interfaith Chapel Services are held during Fall FOCUS Weekend, Homecoming Weekend and for Ash Wednesday.
Yule Log Lighting
Each year, the Stetson community gathers near Hulley Tower for the ceremonial start of the holiday season with the university's Yule Log Lighting.
Values Day, an annual tradition established by Doug Lee, is dedicated to discussion and action centered on the University's core values of personal growth, intellectual development, global citizenship, and personal and social responsibility. We are exploring "ethical citizenship" as the theme for this upcoming year, with a variety of workshops, panels, and opportunities to work with our community partners.
To commemorate and take action upon Dr. King's vision for peace and justice, we partner with local Black clergy and leaders to host a series of on- and off-campus events coinciding with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in mid-January, including the annual MLK Community Breakfast, MLK Life and Legacy Luncheon, Civil Rights March, Community Expo, and Gospel Concert.