Dallas Willard Center Programs
All of Dallas Willard Center's programs are designed to reflect the heart of Dallas Willard by providing opportunities for spiritual formation for students through the form of retreats, small groups, and our Spiritual Formation Coordinators program.
Spiritual Formation Coordinators (SFC's) work alongside various student leader positions and serve students by “cultivating a transformative community of Christ-centered apprenticeship” by: modeling personal and spiritual development; supporting and promoting campus spiritual formation activities; and providing opportunities for spiritual growth in residence halls.
See this recent article about SFC's at Westmont
The Martin Institute supports the Augustinian Scholars program by providing spiritual formation resources throughout their college experience.
Questions? Contact Mariah Velásquez at email@example.com.
Capax Dei (“Space for God”) spiritual formation groups meet weekly in a variety of locations both on- and off-campus. Led by faculty, staff and alumni, Capax Dei groups foster a deeper walk with God through prayer and reflection on Scripture, and provide an introduction to the classical spiritual disciplines of the Christian faith. Examples of groups include “Lectio Divina,” “Evensong,” and “Praying Through the Psalms.”
Want to sign up for a Capax Dei group?
Questions? Get in touch with Eben Drost at the Campus Pastor’s Office: firstname.lastname@example.org or 805-565-6170
Want to learn more about becoming a Capax Dei Leader?
The Westmont Center for Spiritual Formation offers retreats periodically as a time to take a deep breath, connect with others and with God.
Fall 2020 Student Retreats
Staff Division Retreats: We also partner with departments and divisions across campus to co-host retreats specifically for their staff.
If you are interested in attending or co-hosting an upcoming retreat, please contact Mariah Velásquez: email@example.com.