Center for Faith and Vocation
- Religion Seminar Series, 2018-2019
- A New View Film Series
- Vocational Reflection
- CFV Communities at Butler
- Interfaith Engagement
- Wellness and the CFV
- Religious Communities in the Indianapolis Area
- Paid Internships through the CFV
- CFV Scholars Program
- Multifaith Baccalaureate Service
- CFV Resources and Guidelines
- CFV Advisory Groups
- CFV Staff
CFV Interfaith Council—2019–2020
Butler's CFV Interfaith Council looks to promote interfaith dialogue and inclusion within the Butler and Indianapolis community. This dialogue will occur through extensive conversations as a Council across a diverse set of spiritual, religious and philosophical backgrounds. The Council will create broader community events to promote religious appreciation.
Members of the Council must be committed to interfaith relationships, value teamwork, and aspire towards leadership on campus. The Council will function as a team and work together to engage the Butler community.
Applications will be made available in August 2019.
CFV Interfaith Council make art together!
2018–2019 CFV Interfaith Council
CFV Interfaith Council and friends help "Keep Indianapolis Beautiful"
2018–2019 CFV Interfaith Intern Olivia Marunde (right) engages in discussion with fellow council member Jake Small
CFV Student Community Leaders enjoy a dinner gathering at the home of President and Mrs. Danko
Current Interfaith Opportunities
The CFV is in partnership and collaboration with various faith-based organizations in the Indianapolis area, which assist with developing and creating interfaith opportunities for Butler students.
Butler Community Multifaith Events
We believe people from diverse faith background can dialogue, participate, and engage authentically. However, prayer, worship, and other spiritual practices may be challenging to do with integrity and authenticity in interfaith settings. For this reason, the CFV works to design “multifaith” services where various traditions are represented and shared into a space of diverse audiences who have the option to participate or observe as they choose. This is the approach for the Multifaith Prayer Service during Welcome Week and the Multifaith Baccalaureate Service prior to Commencement.
Multifaith Service Welcome Week
A time to welcome new and returning students, the Center for Faith and Vocation's Multifaith Service offers prayers and readings by ordained clergy and student leaders from a variety of faith traditions.