Norwich is non-sectarian. However, believing that acquisition of and/or affirmation of one's own personal spiritual convictions is an essential part of each individual's character development and education, the University provides religious services in White Chapel throughout the year. Two Catholic masses and at least one Protestant worship service are conducted weekly. Two part-time Catholic Fathers and one full-time Protestant Chaplain minister to the Northfield campus. An Islamic prayer group meets each Friday, and Jewish students avail themselves of the local synagogue in nearby Montpelier.
Local houses of worship for different faiths and denominations, including addresses, phone numbers, and identification of spiritual leaders, is listed on the bulletin board outside the Chaplain's Office. Many religious groups offer free transportation to our students for attendance at services. After the initial week of training, recruits may leave campus to attend such religious services.
Further information can be obtained by contacting the Chaplain's Office:
- Telephone: 802.272.0585
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org