Mission and Ministry Center
Explore Your Faith and Spirituality
The Saint Mary's Chapel, the heart of our campus, and the Interfaith Sacred Space are open. Please utilize these spaces for moments of quiet individual prayer and meditation.
The Mission and Ministry Center vision is...
- Grounded in and inspired by our Catholic, Lasallian and Liberal Arts Traditions…
- Rooted in and striving to fully realize Five Lasallian Core Principles: Faith in the Presence of God, Concern for the Poor and Social Justice, Inclusive Community, Quality Education, and Respect for All Persons…
- Committed to providing spaces and places where all can explore their faith and questions of human existence, as well as deepen their understanding of & relationship with God; and forming students as leaders in a complex world in great need of visible and radical witnesses of love and solidarity.
The Mission and Ministry Center is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.
The MMC is hiring for the 2023–2024 academic year!
Visit our Student Leadership webpage to learn about available positions, read detailed job descriptions, and to apply!
All are welcome to join the Saint Mary's College community as we celebrate Mass together on Sunday evenings in the Chapel at 8 p.m.
The SMC Lasallian Christian Brothers also invite all to attend Mass with them on Sunday mornings at 11 a.m.
We offer a wealth of opportunities for personal, spiritual, and communal growth, including meditations, retreats, and other interfaith opportunities.
We are dedicated to creating spaces and places for ALL persons of ALL Faith/Non-Faith/Spiritual identities and backgrounds.
As a part of a Lasallian Catholic College this Center welcomes and serves students of ALL faith traditions who are seeking deeper understanding and expression of their faith and relationship with God. The core areas of focus in the Mission and Ministry Center include: faith formation, Lasallian mission education and formation, liturgy and prayer, justice education and immersions, a Lasallian Living and Learning Community (intentional community integrating faith, service and community), retreats, promotion of interfaith literacy and awareness—religious diversity, and the development of student leaders as ministers.