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Center for Faith and Vocation

Wellness and the CFV

Reflection, Meditation and Prayer RoomWeekly 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, mstanciu@butler.edu.

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, mstanciu@butler.edu.

Pastoral Care

Pastoral care conversations are meant to be a non-judgemental resource of support without imposing assumptions or an agenda. These conversations may be ongoing, one-time only or help to identify additional resources. Topics could include: life changes; bereavement; grief and loss; topics related to identity, including gender, sexuality, race, class, culture, and ability; relationship changes; theological or spiritual questions, concerns, and ideas; and decision-making. To make an appointment contact CFV Director, Rev. Daniel Meyers, dgmeyers@butler.edu.

Yoga

The CFV, in partnership with the Office of Recreation and Wellness, offers yoga classes as part of the office's group fitness classes.

BUBeWell

The CFV champions the "Meaning and Purpose" dimension of BU Be Well, Butler's wellness model.