Spiritual Life

At Rocky Mountain College, we celebrate our church-related heritage. The early influence of the United Methodist Church, the Presbyterian Church (USA), and the United Church of Christ, has resulted in a learning community distinguished by thoughtful inquiry, ethical decision-making, and active citizenship. All faith traditions are welcome at Rocky Mountain College and the spirituality, convictions, and questions of all are respected.

Ministry at Rocky Mountain College

The Chaplain and Office of Spiritual Life at Rocky Mountain College provides for the spiritual growth and well-being of the College community through initiatives that encourage supportive community, conversation and learning, and faith put into action.


Spiritual Life Programming Puts Faith Into Action

At Rocky Mountain College, Spiritual Life programming includes more than chapel and Bible studies. It’s a way for students to gather together, find support and community, ask questions, discuss new ideas, and put faith into action.

Explore and Practice Faith

Spiritual Life programs address the diverse spiritual needs of the RMC community. Students are encouraged to integrate their faith with their academic experiences, to consider how their beliefs inform their actions, to listen and respect persons from diverse backgrounds, and to grow as spiritual leaders. The focus is on addressing students as whole persons ~ in mind, body, heart, and spirit.


Ministry in Higher Education Is a Unique Opportunity.

In addition to student ministry, the Chaplain addresses the spiritual needs of the College community, supports collaborative institutional programming, and represents RMC's denominational heritage.

Rev. Kim Woeste, Chaplain

Bair Family Student Center
Lower Level