Our Mission

Drawing from the wisdom of our traditions, we educate for religious literacy and nurture spirituality, with care for one another and the Earth.

“Encounter” 1999 by Marco Di Piazza“Encounter” 1999 by Marco Di Piazza

For our Jewish friends and neighbors
As we enter the first Shabbat since the Chabad of Poway Synagogue shooting we pledge our continuing support to Jewish communities across the nation, especially our Jewish friends and neighbors in the Merrimack Valley. We join Pope Francis in condemning this inhumane act of anti-Jewish violence which wounds us all. Such violence and bigotry only strengthens our resolve to deepen our interfaith educational mission for the sake of future generations.    
In support of Sri Lanka

Once again innocent people have been murdered in their houses of worship and nearby locations. Catholics and Protestants were targeted on the holiest day of the Christian calendar. We extend our deepest sympathies to all of the victims of Sri Lanka and their loved ones, and condemn the senseless, unprovoked violence that seeks to terrorize us into turning away from our godly impulses. Let us instead redouble our efforts at building bridges of understanding, love and acceptance across faiths and other differences, and support one another so that light and life will triumph over darkness. 

Contact Us

Aldebran Longabaugh-Burg, Assistant Director
Merrimack College, Sullivan 101
978-837-5428 | email