Founded by the Presbyterian Church in 1869, Trinity values learning, faith, service, and connection to others, honoring the dignity and worth of every person and is committed to the education of the mind, body, and spirit. We are convinced that the life of faith and spiritual exploration can be an essential part of the collegiate experience and we strive to provide spaces for sacred expression, devotional exploration, community connection, and contemplative action.
Perhaps there is a rich tradition to describe your spirituality:
"I am Sikh." "I am Christian." "I am Muslim." "I am Jewish." "I am Hindu."
Perhaps your spirituality would require some qualification of those categories, or perhaps none fit.
Perhaps your response to what is deepest, and purest, and truest in life is something eclectic, unique, simple...
Or perhaps it has been a while - even a lifetime - since you last considered the question.
Honoring its Presbyterian heritage, the Trinity University Chaplaincy and Spiritual Life office seeks to cultivate a community that honors the dignity and worth of every person through the values of learning, spiritual exploration, and contemplative action – shepherding those who follow Christ, supporting those of every faith, and serving all who call Trinity home, that all may lead lives of meaning and purpose.