Exterior view of the Interfaith Center

Come on in!

The Interfaith Center is open to all UVM students, staff, faculty, and affiliates for reflection, spiritual practice, conversation, education, and community building. We are located on Redstone Campus at 400 South Prospect Street (look for the blue watertower). 

Fireplace Room

tables and couches in the Fireplace Room

A great space to study, enjoy a conversation or a quiet cup of tea, the Fireplace Room is a peaceful space for you to use at your leisure.  The room also has a variety of interesting books and other resources you may enjoy at the Interfaith Center or check out for a period of time.

Gathering Hall

This beautiful space serves as a blank canvas for groups to transform and host a variety of events such as group worship, musical concerts, workshops, trainings, dinners, or other special programs.

Prayer & Meditation Room

open cabinet with spiritual texts, icons, and other items

Need a place to meditate, pray or reflect? There are meditation cushions, prayer rugs, inspirational texts, art materials, icons and other resources available for your use any time the building is open. 

Ablution Station

Ablution Station for ritual washing before prayer

In various religious traditions, individuals are asked to ritually wash in preparation for prayer. Individuals are welcome to use this station as is appropriate for their own prayer and devotional practices.


A person's foot walking into the labyrinth pattern

People are walking labyrinths worldwide as a way to quiet the mind, find balance and healing - as well to encourage meditation, prayer, insight, community and celebration. Information and suggestions are available at the labyrinth (as well as here!) and you may walk it anytime the Gathering Hall is open.  

Lama Rod Owens leads a workshop in the Gathering Hall

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