Center for Faith and Vocation
- Religion Seminar Series
- A New View Film Series
- Vocational Reflection
- CFV Communities at Butler
- Interfaith Engagement
- Religious Accommodations
- Wellness and the CFV
- Spiritual Care Conversations
- Religious Communities in the Indianapolis Area
- Paid Internships through the CFV
- Bruce and Lucy Gerstein Holocaust Education Travel Fund
- CFV Scholars Program
- Multifaith Baccalaureate Service
- CFV-Related Policies, Guidelines, and Resources
- Social Justice and Diversity Curricula
- CFV Advisory Groups
- CFV Staff
Wellness and the CFV
Weekly meditation Schedule at the CFV
Thursdays from 12:15 PM-12:45 PM, room 212
Saturdays from 2:00 PM-3:00 PM, 3rd floor
Meditation is a way to calm the mind and connect with our inner wisdom and confidence. All members of the Butler Community are welcome to attend either/both sessions. No appointment is necessary. Wear comfortable clothing for sitting meditation practice. Instruction will be offered. For individual instruction, classroom visits and questions, please contact CFV Assistant Director, Marguerite Stanciu, email@example.com.
Reflection, Meditation, and Prayer Rooms
If you are looking for a quiet space to reflect, pray, or meditate in the midst of the busy academic day, these rooms are designed to be available and convenient for you. The rooms are located on the first floor of Jordan Hall, side by side, JH 182 C and D and will be open from 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM every Monday–Friday and are a satellite of the Center for Faith and Vocation. Questions about the Reflection, Meditation, and Prayer rooms in Jordan Hall can be directed to CFV Assistant Director, Marguerite Stanciu, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spiritual Care and Connection: Request A Conversation
Butler students, faculty, and staff are busy. In the midst of all the many priorities of academics, campus life, and working towards one’s future, sometimes we need to pause, breathe, and get support. The Center for Faith and Vocation staff as well as our CFV Community Advisors are available for conversations, making connections, and offering care.
What is spiritual care?