Interfaith Spaces

Saint Louis University offers two interfaith sacred spaces on campus. The spaces are open to students, faculty and staff of any faith tradition or of none, and offer a quiet environment to meditate, pray, rest and rejuvenate.

The spaces may also be reserved for prayer/worship services, group reflections or dialogues, and meditation sessions.

Wuller Hall Room 218

Busch Student Center, Room 133

Cindy Bush
314-977-2049 or bushca@slu.edu

Wuller Hall, Room 218

Bobby Wassel
314-977-2041 or rwassel@slu.edu

Both spaces are open throughout the day until the respective buildings close. For more information on the spaces, as well as the Faith and Justice Collaborative, visit www.slu.edu/faithandjustice.

Faith and Justice Collaborative

Lounge Space

The Faith and Justice Collaborative lounge on the second floor of Wuller Hall offers ample seating for up to 24 people and is perfect for an informal gathering or group meeting. A fully equipped "smart" system is also available, along with a flat-screen television and stereo surround sound.

Conference Rooms

Wuller Hall Conference Space

The Faith and Justice Collaborative offers two conference rooms, each with seating for up to 16 people (with additional chairs, one room can accommodate up to 24). Both rooms (Wuller Hall 214 and 231) offer a completely "smart" system, with accompanying flat-screen display and stereo surround sound. Tables can also be arranged as needed.