The Episcopal Chaplaincy at Boston College is an active ministry of undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff. Weekly “family dinner” and worship, regular formation programs, local and global mission partnerships and a commitment to social justice ministries provide many connections to the Episcopal Church in Massachusetts and the world. Boston College students also volunteer at numerous Episcopal ministry sites throughout the Diocese of Massachusetts all year around.
Acting Chaplain: The Rev. Grant Barber (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 university, and we each live out our faith in various ways. We host weekly Monday night meditative prayer in Marsh Chapel as well as Wednesday evening Eucharist at 5:15 p.m., followed by homemade dinner and fellowship two blocks away at 40 Prescott Street, Brookline. Please see www.episcopalbu.com for various other programs and activities throughout the year.
Acting Chaplain: The Rev. Dr. Karen Coleman (email@example.com)
The Episcopal Chaplaincy at Harvard is a lively and welcoming community of Harvard undergraduate and graduate students who gather weekly for worship, fellowship, study and service. In partnership with Christ Church, Cambridge, the chaplaincy offers Harvard students all of the resources of the Episcopal Church’s rich tradition of beautiful liturgy, sophisticated and relevant theological reflection and a deep commitment to social justice and outreach. At the heart of the community's life together is a weekly Eucharist offered on Sundays at 5:30 p.m. at Christ Church (Zero Garden Street), followed by supper and conversation in the Parish Library.
Please visit www.harvardepiscopalians.org or the Episcopal Chaplaincy at Harvard Facebook page.
Chaplain: The Rev. Margery Kennelly (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Kellogg Fellow: Olivia Hamilton (email@example.com)
MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
The Lutheran Episcopal Ministry at MIT is an active group of undergraduate and graduate
students, focused on worship, discipleship and social action. Wednesday night worship runs year-round, plus many other weekly activities during the academic year. The Episcopal chaplaincy also sponsors the Technology and Culture Forum, which challenges the MIT community to do work that promotes peace, justice and human dignity.
The Lutheran Episcopal Campus Ministry at Northeastern University is a vibrant Christian ministry to students, faculty and staff committed to weekly worship, ongoing student support and formation, interfaith dialogue, justice seeking and service partnerships in the local community and beyond. Northeastern University students also have provided monthly outreach ministry to the residents of Morville House, an Episcopal City Mission site, for more than 10 years. All are welcome in a diverse group which includes Lutherans, Episcopalians and students from many faith backgrounds.
Northeastern University Chapel Spiritual Life Center, 203 Ell Hall, 360 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115: 617-285-6577
The Protestant Chaplaincy at Tufts University is an interdenominational and radically welcoming community of undergraduate and graduate students. The chaplaincy focuses on worship, fellowship, spiritual formation, outreach, community service, interfaith dialogue and student leadership development. Our 7 p.m. Sunday worship service visually reflects its diversity.
Recent partnerships include support for a Korean student worshiping community and ongoing collaborations with the Tufts Africana Center. The Tufts Protestant Chaplaincy is also currently supporting and networking with graduate students at Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts Medical School and Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition.
Services are led by chaplain Daniel Bell and the liturgy is grounded in the Anglican/Episcopal tradition. Local Episcopal priests preach and celebrate the Eucharist, and local ministers from other Protestant denominations are often invited to preach as well. Students are empowered to be the leaders of the community and lead Scripture and book studies and organize volunteer outreach and fellowship events.
Chaplain: The Rev. Daniel Bell (firstname.lastname@example.org)