The Interfaith Center has been dedicated over the past fifty years towards creating a more inclusive community accepting of interfaith pluralism & spirituality. This year marks five decades of facilitating this environment for UAlbany students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Our Keynote Speaker will be Bishop Emeritus Howard Hubbard, DD. Please join us this Homecoming & Reunion Weekend in October to celebrate our...Read More
The Fall 2016 Interfaith Center newsletter will soon be available! Stay up-to-date with all the news and happenings of The Interfaith Center with our newsletters. Look for one each semester! >> IC Newsletter Fall 2015 (pdf) >> IC Newsletter Spring 2015 (pdf) >> IC Newsletter Fall 2014 (pdf) >> IC Newsletter Spring 2014 (pdf) >> IC Newsletter Fall 2013 (pdf)...Read More
The Interfaith Center has had the pleasure of bringing to the UAlbany community guest lecturers with differing worldviews from all over the country. Take a look into past keynote speakers, acclaimed professors, passionate storytellers, and influential theologians that we have learned with. ...Read More
Serving the students, faculty and staff at UAlbany.
The room is available for use by individuals of all religious/spiritual traditions.
The Interfaith Center welcomes students, faculty, staff and alumni of the University at Albany to experience all it has to offer. Visit our interfaith meditation and prayer room, meditation garden or interfaith library; plan to participate in one of our interfaith programs, service opportunities, or attend weekly Catholic, Jewish or Protestant services.
The Virginia C. Dolins Interfaith Meditation and Prayer Room provides a tranquil space for quiet reflection, meditation and prayer; sacred texts and objects for Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish and Muslim traditions are available for use.
Our interfaith lending library houses a diverse collection of books including books on Buddhism, Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism and Islam, interfaith, philosophy, biblical commentary and social commentary.
The meditation labyrinth, located in front of our building, and meditation garden, located behind our building, offer peaceful places to walk and reflect.
Are you in search of a place to worship? In addition to services held at the Interfaith Center through one of campus ministries, there are many worship centers located in the Capital District.