The Interfaith Center unites the Suffolk community via:
- The University Chaplain
- Seasonal celebrations--such as Easter, Chanukah, Advent, Kwanzaa, and Passover--and for ongoing activities like Eastern meditation, worship services, Christian Bible study, Islamic daily prayers, and lectures. Anyone is welcome to start a new religious group at Suffolk or join an existing one.
- An interfaith room where individuals and student groups of any religious tradition may worship
- A meditation room
The Reverend Amy L. Fisher, University Chaplain, serves as a counselor, spiritual guide, educational advocate, and ethical voice on campus. She is happy to speak with anyone who has questions or concerns about:
- Racial issues
Contact, Location and Office Hours
The Interfaith Center is open daily during the academic year during posted hours.