The Office of Spiritual Life engages the heart and spirit of students, faculty, and staff by embodying a value for sacred mystery, nurturing mature spiritual formation and the pursuit of ultimate meaning and purpose, developing moral courage and justice, fostering multifaith education and relationship, and supporting a rich diversity of spiritual communities.
Inclusive welcome. Courageous questions. Nurturing spirits. Passionate community.
Spiritual life at Furman offers a multitude of opportunities to connect, grow, and explore.
Furman's chaplains work with students, faculty, and staff from all and no religious traditions to care for and coordinate spiritual life at Furman.
Students can participate in our numerous and engaging lecture series.
No matter what profession you enter, your values and your faith will influence who you are and decide to be in the world.
Whether you’re going through a difficult time or you just have questions about life and faith, we’re here to listen.
Not only do we host worship services in the chapel, but our students also use the downstairs space for their own religious group meetings, and our community members reserve the sacred space for religious services like weddings and funerals.
Our chapel is open to both community members and people affiliated with Furman for weddings and to those with a Furman connection for funerals.