A journey to cultivate a positive state of mind.
Spiritual wellness is a quest toward harmony with oneself and others while working to balance inner needs.
Daily Mass: Fridays at noon
Reconciliation: Mondays 4 - 5 p.m.
Retreat in Workday: Keep an eye on the campus calendar to see when this special day is coming up this school year. The retreats occur two times a semester. For more information contact Ken Phillips.
Brown Bag and Belief: contact Ken Phillips for exact dates and information.
Common Ground: Common Ground meets every Wednesday in the Newland Prayer Room at noon. This is an ecumenical prayer service and all are welcome to join.
Inner Passages Meditation:
Mondays - 1:15-1:45 p.m. Guided meditation
Tuesdays -1:00-1:30 p.m. Open sitting
Wednesdays - 10:00-10:30 a.m. Guided meditation
Thursdays - 1:00-1:30 p.m. Open sitting
Fridays - 2:30-3:00 p.m. Open sitting
Go to http://regismeditation.weebly.com/ for more information or contact Anna Floyd.
- Inner Passages is a drop-in meditation and contemplation group that meets on the Northwest Denver campus at Regis University. The group is open to anyone and everyone interested in learning about meditation, and inclusive of all levels and types of experience. Each week, they explore different types of practice, pulling from both different faith traditions as well as secular practices. Classes are offered during the school year and the schedule can be found on the website.
Community Service/Volunteering: Looking for ways to volunteer around the Regis Community? Visit http://www.regis.edu/About-Regis-University/University-Offices-and-Services/Student-Life/Volunteer-Opportunities/Volunteer.aspx for a list of all the opportunities. Get your coworkers together and help out!
- Here on campus The Father Woody Program gets together every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 8 a.m. to put together Sack Lunches for Denver’s Homeless. They are always looking for helping hands! Contact Connie Gates at email@example.com for additional information.
Father Woody Toy Drive: This year, the Faculty and Staff Wellness Program will be teaming up with The Father Woody Program to help collect gifts for children that attend the Father Woody Christmas Party for Homeless. The Faculty and Staff Wellness Program would like to increase the number of donations specifically for older boys toys (ages 12-16) and unisex toys (for all ages). However, we cannot do this alone. Starting in November, we will be reaching out to our members and the Regis Community to ask for toy donations to help out Father Woody’s Christmas toy drive. Please helps us out by donating and spreading the word. Donations can be accepted in any of the donation bins around campus. Don’t know where to find a donation bin, contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will let you know where the closest one is to your office. We do ask that you keep the toy cost between $10-$20 so everyone receives a toy of equal value this holiday season. The collection will begin November 1st and continue through November 18th.
We have additional service opportunities for Father Woody, including wrapping the gifts. Please join us at Father Woody’s Wrap Party on Saturday, November 18th. Location and time details to come soon.