Chapman's history is infused with religion and spirituality, and in a effort to accommodate all faiths and beliefs, our campus has created an environment for you to practice, pray, study, and be inspired. If spirituality is a part of your journey, we will accommodate and make you feel welcome.
Fish Interfaith Center
Located adjacent to Attallah Piazza, the Fish Interfaith Center is a great space for reflection and inspiration. Many events take place in this building and it is home to the Wallace All-Faiths Chapel.
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Religious and Spiritual Groups
Reflecting the rich spiritual diversity of the Chapman community, twelve groups representing nine different religious traditions engage in over thirty activities weekly.
View current religious/spiritual groups on campus »
Start a Spiritual, Religious or Interfaith Group
Chapman is open to all beliefs and embraces new ideas. If interested, we currently have opportunities for interfaith dialogue and events, dialogue and meditation for spiritual seekers, and specific religious groups.
Learn how to start a spiritual, religious or interfaith group »