The Episcopal Chaplaincy at Boston College is an open and inclusive student group that welcomes everyone to join for weekly worship, community dinners and other special events. Time is spent sharing about one another's lives, supporting one another, talking about faith and how we live out our faith in this complicated time, and worship (alternating between Communion, Evening Prayer and Bible study).
We meet Wednesdays at 8 p.m. for weekly worship in the Multifaith Chapel (behind 66 Commonwealth Avenue), and every other Sunday evening at 6 p.m. for community dinners and conversations at our partner parish, the Church of the Redeemer, Chestnut Hill (379 Hammond Street).
Throughout the year we host events with Redeemer for BC students, faculty and staff and Redeemer parishioners, including a Welcome Back BBQ, Parents’ Weekend Brunch and Mid-Winter Dinner. At the end of each semester we host daily Study Days at Redeemer with quiet, homey study spaces, lots of great snacks and treats, and homemade family-style dinners each evening. For more information, or to be added to our weekly e-newsletter, e-mail email@example.com. All are welcome! Join us!
Episcopal chaplain: The Rev. Megan Holding (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Episcopal Chaplaincy at Boston University is an open dynamic community that explores the intersections of vocation, justice, spirituality and intellectual life. Our community comes together from all corners of the world during this time as we live out our faith in various ways.
We host (virtually) on a weekly basis Monday night social justice Bible study. On Tuesday evening we host "Crate a Space" (a Bob Ross -type paint-at-home activity) followed by "Global Dinner Club" where this academic year we are virtually learning how to do dinner in a mug. On Wednesday we settle in for a Compline service using Episcopal / Anglican resources from around the world, and Friday we are offering a Koru Mindfulness activity.
Please see Marsh Chapel at www.bu.edu/chapel/ for various other programs that will be offered virtually this academic year.
University Chaplain for Episcopal Ministry: The Rev. Dr. Karen Coleman (email@example.com)
The Episcopal Chaplaincy at Harvard is a community that proclaims Christ’s life, death and resurrection; embraces faith, mystery and doubt; and strives to be part of re-imagining the church for our time. We are curious about the big, old questions: What is the Gospel? Who is God? What is the church?
For the fall semester of 2021, we are able to safely gather in person again! We are pleased to offer weekly worship, Bible studies and conversation to explore a bridge of critical inquiry between academic and religious life. Wherever you are on your spiritual journey, and no matter your race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, and disability or ability, the Episcopal Chaplaincy at Harvard welcomes you.
Chaplain: The Rev. Rita Powell (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Kellogg Fellow: Alden Fossett (email@example.com)
MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
The Lutheran Episcopal Ministry at MIT is a progressive, inclusive, committed Christian community of undergraduate and graduate students. We offer worship every Wednesday evening in the MIT Chapel, followed by dinner, and also gather for retreats, learning opportunities, social events and service projects throughout the year. The Episcopal chaplaincy also sponsors Radius, a program of public events, workshops and undergraduate seminars that explore ethical issues in science and technology.
Chaplains: The Rev. Thea Keith-Lucas, Episcopal Chaplain (firstname.lastname@example.org);
Susan Butterworth, Episcopal Chaplaincy Associate (email@example.com);
The Rev. Andrew Heisen, Lutheran Chaplain (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Open Table, the Lutheran Episcopal Campus Ministry at Northeastern, is an open and inclusive student group that welcomes everyone of any faith tradition, all sexual orientations and all spiritual backgrounds, including seekers and those with more questions than answers. In our time together, we share about our lives, support one another and talk about our faith and how we live out our faith in this complicated time.
When we get together we enjoy contemplative worship, social justice and advocacy activities and fun, relaxed community time. We meet Thursday evenings at 5:45 p.m. in Northeastern’s Sacred Space, 201 Ell Hall. Dinner follows in the adjacent Reflection Room.
The Protestant Chaplaincy is part of Tufts University’s interfaith University Chaplaincy. We seek to ensure that interested members of the Tufts community have opportunities to continue in, or to explore, the Protestant tradition. The Protestant chaplain, the Rev. Daniel Bell, works in an inclusive and ecumenical way to meet students’ spiritual needs, and maintains a close relationship with the Protestant Students Association (PSA). The Protestant Chaplaincy and PSA strive to be a radically welcoming and inclusive community. We invite people of every race, color, national and ethnic origin, age, religious background, veteran status, ability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression to bring the fullness of who they are into this community.
All are welcome. All are valued as part of the community. All are loved by God.
We offer a number of programs throughout the academic year, including weekly worship services, Bible studies, retreats and holiday celebrations. We also work closely with other chaplaincies at Tufts to offer ecumenical and interfaith programs to enrich students’ intellectual and spiritual lives. Chaplain Dan provides pastoral care to all members of the Tufts community and is available to meet students, faculty and staff on Mondays, Wednesdays and Sundays. Please visit https://chaplaincy.tufts.edu/protestant/ to learn more.
Chaplain: The Rev. Daniel Bell (email@example.com)
U-Mass Dartmouth Protestant Campus Ministry
We are an inclusive, open-minded and progressive Christian community on the UMass Dartmouth campus that seeks to follow Jesus in his way of love and justice through weekly worship, spirituality programs, small group gatherings and community service projects in the wider community. Our commitment to social justice provides many connections to the Episcopal Church in our local area and the world.
Chaplain: The Rev. Scott Ciosek, Center for Religious and Spiritual Life (Campus Center, Room 220) or St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, 351 Elm Street, Dartmouth (774-510-5661, ext. 101 or firstname.lastname@example.org).