The office of Spiritual Life offers a variety of services and opportunities to AU students for spiritual exploration and growth. Morrison House, on the corner of University Boulevard and College Drive, houses:
Director of Campus Ministries
|Stuart works with a student staff to offer avenues for spiritual growth, service to others and Christian discipleship.||Todd Faulkner|
|Todd coordinates the chapel program, where he speaks regularly, as well as provides pastoral counseling for the AU community.|
Participation in a local faith community is important for spiritual development. Students are encouraged to identify and become actively involved in a local church of their choice. A diverse spectrum of local churches provide opportunities for involvement.
Miller Chapel and The Prayer Room
Students are encouraged to find opportunities to use the Adam W. Miller Chapel in the School of Theology as well as the Prayer Room in the Morrison House for prayer, meditation, and reflection.
Spiritual Emphasis / Impact Your World Week
Spiritual Emphasis Week falls early in Semester I and focuses on inward transformation and renewal. Impact Your World Week comes early in Semester II and looks at the outward and global implications of our faith. God’s servants from around the world are invited to spend the week with us on campus, encouraging us toward both the inward and outward movements of our life with Christ.