“A safe space for spiritual development”

Interfaith House at WSU seeks to provide “Safe place for spiritual development” for students, staff, and faculty of WSU. Interfaith House seeks to create a safe space for diverse religious opinion by increasing respect and mutual understanding among people of different faith, ethnic, and cultural traditions and by fostering cooperation among religious communities and civic organizations.

Interfaith House at WSU also partners with Washington State University to promote Spirituality in Higher Education.

The Common Ministry at WSU is a progressive Christian, Protestant, ecumenical organization. Our partners include United Methodist, Presbyterian (USA), Disciples of Christ, American Baptist, Episcopal (USA), and United Church of Christ churches. The Common Ministry and Interfaith House at WSU also partners with various religious organizations: Jewish, Muslim, Lutheran, Catholic, Baha’i, and those not associated with institutional organizations in order to promote dialog, peace, and unity in the community.

We are dedicated to helping all students growing in faith, to promoting reconciliation among religions, and to sharing the love of God to all.

We are a place of radical hospitality,

                          “All Are Welcome!”