Groups + Classes

Spiritual Life Chaplain training (Float-a-bout) - canoeing down the Willamette River

Spiritual Life Chaplain training (Float-a-bout) - canoeing down the Willamette River

Current Groups and Classes 

  • LYFE groups
    Join or lead an intentional micro-community. Email for details.
    Looking for pastoral counseling or spiritual direction? Contact for an appointment.
    Open to all and facilitated by International Student Services.
    Worship and teaching in Spanish. 
    Open to all and facilitated by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Meeting times will be periodically throughout the semester and take place in Wheeler. Look for posters in the SUB for more information, and watch for updates on the SpiL Facebook page.

The Practice of Formative Friendship through Spiritual FLOORmation Groups

At the core of an abiding relationship with Jesus comes a way of friendship that is a spiritual practice and discipline. Our true hope in offering opportunities for small groups is to make our way into the kind of friendships that become a demonstration in love. Ultimately, God desires to see us reach out in friendship to those who need a friend. We also hope that we find commonality in our stories and we find that, deep down, all of us long to belong and be loved.

Want to lead a group?

Spiritual Life Assistants

There are two ways to be a small group leader ...

  1. Gather a group of your friends together (three or more) and sign up by contacting Rusty St. Cyr at A group can have two leaders, but both must attend the training.*
  2. Become a SLA for your living area- talk with your RA to find out more information.
  3. * Leaders must attend training, which starts the beginning of the semester; we will meet for eight consecutive Fridays at that time and location.)