Empowering Women to Live Mentally, Physically, and Spiritually Abundant Lives.
Founded in 1982, as a natural outgrowth of the historical commitment to
the education of women demonstrated by the Sisters of the Congregation
of Divine Providence and the university, the Center for Women in Church and Society at our Lady of the Lake University is anchored in two fundamental beliefs: that all beings are valuable, sacred, and deserving of respect and care; and that where women thrive, all of God's creation thrives. Thus, we exist to provide an environment--physical, spiritual, and virtual--in which campus and community women support each other in living lives of physical, mental, and spiritual abundance, and in which we join with men of our campus and community to advocate for systems and policies that enable lives of abundance for women around the world.
You are invited to be a part of the community that is the Center for Women in Church and Society. Students, faculty, staff, Sisters, alumni, and community members all will find a space where the spirit of activism, social justice, respect, and equality guides continuing personal, professional, spiritual, civic, and educational development. Join us around the kitchen table or in our comfortable living room for a retreat or dialogue and discussion on women’s social, political, economic, and spiritual issues. For more information, explore our website, follow us on Facebook, contact us with your questions or ideas, or come by Elliott House for a hot or cold beverage and a moment of serenity.
Dr. Kimberly D. Barnett Gibson, Director
Location: Elliott House
Hours: Monday-Friday, 9am - 5pm