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Sinclair College has moved to a virtual/remote/online mode for the spring 2020 semester. Because of that change, all events and programs have been canceled. However, you can still contact Chaplain Larry Lindstrom via email: or through his office phone: 937-512-2481.

The office of Multifaith Campus Ministry is a center for spiritual life that encourages interfaith dialogue and spiritual deepening. The Multifaith Campus Chaplain works to provide pastoral care, educational opportunities, and programs related to religious and spiritual life. Students, staff, faculty, and administrators from all religious traditions and spiritual practices, as well as those who have no religious affiliation, are welcome.

Multifaith Campus Ministry is funded by the Multifaith Campus Alliance (MCA) of the Miami Valley, in partnership with Sinclair College. The MCA envisions a future where people of all spiritual backgrounds find a welcoming place at Sinclair to celebrate religious diversity and multifaith dialogue.

The Vision and Mission of
Multifaith Campus Ministry

Multifaith Campus Ministry focuses on the following as key priorities:

  • Encouraging spiritual growth and development for all: students, faculty, and staff.  The office of Multifaith Campus Ministry serves as a “clearinghouse” for information on as many different faith traditions as possible. We recognize that the spiritual journey is unique for each individual, so we work to facilitate each person’s efforts to grow into a more mature spirituality.
  • Pastoral care. The Multifaith Campus Chaplain, like a military chaplain, is available to serve persons of any spiritual perspective. In the midst of life challenges and/or crisis moments, Multifaith Campus Ministry is available to respond with caring concern and help as people move through the changes that life brings.
  • Educational Activities and Resources. Each semester, Multifaith Campus Ministry sponsors a series of programs (usually one per month), to provide more information about a particular faith community or to explore how different faith perspectives approach fundamental life issues. The goal is to raise awareness and improve understanding among people of different faith commitments.
  • Maintain programs that reflect the diversity of the college. Sinclair is a place where many interpersonal differences are evident (racial, cultural, geographic, etc.). And one of Sinclair’s commitments is to encourage respectful conversation across those differences. As part of that effort, Multifaith Campus Ministry works to help people appreciate and respect the spiritual differences that are found between people. We hope to model a positive and constructive way of interacting with people who are different from us.
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Location: Building 10, Room 443

Hours of Operation:
Tuesday - Thursday
9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Other hours by appointment

Contact the Multifaith Campus Chaplain at 937-512-2481

Upcoming Events

Event Date Time Event Location


Communities of Faith and the Battle against Poverty in Dayton
Exhibit on display in the library loggia. The exhibit comes from the Dayton International Peace Museum and shares stories of how people have put their faith into action and shared with others in need.

Library Loggia


The Golden Rule and Contemporary Living
In conjunction with the exhibit from the Dayton Peace Museum, Chaplain Larry Lindstrom and Professor Jerry Eddy will share some of the ways in which the “Golden Rule” of treating others with respect plays a central role in many different faith traditions.



"World Hijab Day"
Observance on campus. Students from the Muslim Student Association will be on hand to provide hijabs (head scarves) for anyone who would like to wear one for part or all of the day.



“Conversion and its Consequences”
A panel of students who have converted from one faith tradition to another will share their experiences, and representatives of different faith communities will share insights into how they welcome and assimilate converts.



“Better Together Day”
Sinclair will join with schools across the country to participate in this event, sponsored by Interfaith Youth Core, that emphasizes multifaith conversation and cooperation.