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CSSJ Programming

CSSJ aims to give all students, religious, secular, and spiritual, opportunities to explore their identities in intersection with their many others We provide programming for meaningful discussions which allow participants to more fully explore themselves and to gain confidence in bringing their full identities into practice.

2022-2023 Upcoming Events

Multifaith Week 2022: October 7-15

Get ready for the biggest week of multifaith programming on campus, with opportunities to learn about various religious, secular, and spiritual communities through “teaching” services and open dialogues to the return of the International Potluck. Enjoy the hospitality of the Jewish community during Sukkot and learn from our Muslim communities in Carlisle regarding the important practices of Jummah. As well, explore the practices of the Pagan and Hindu communities on campus while also learning what an Orthodox Christian is. More information is forthcoming, but keep an eye out for the teal swag and the flyers to come

Annual and Frequent Events and Opportunities

The Wesley Lectures

Each year, the CSSJ alongside campus colleagues hosts a spring speaker to discuss the importance of religious, secular, and spiritual equity. Past speakers include the Rev. Jay Wiliams and Dr. Sahar Aziz.

Asking Big Questions

The weekly “ABQ” as we call it is a space for students and all Dickinsonians alike to go deep on discussion and ask questions about meaning, purpose, and identity.  Run by our student workers, this gathering takes place Wednesday evenings at 7 PM around campus.  For more information on this, please contact our Director Cody Nielsen at for where to find the growing community and get involved.

The Labyrinth

Used for over 4,000 years, the Labyrinth walk is a self-alignment tool aimed to clear one's mind and give insight. Twice per semester, the labyrinth is laid out in the HUB Social Hall for students, faculty and staff to enjoy.