Religious and Spiritual Life at Goucher includes:
- Fostering religious and spiritual exploration as an important component of an excellent liberal arts education
- Encouraging deep engagement with particular religious traditions
- Promoting multi-faith appreciation, dialogue, and learning
- Providing religious resources, pastoral care, and support to individuals and groups in our campus community
- Participating with various campus constituencies to raise social justice issues and work for positive social change.
Haebler Memorial Chapel and the Harry and Jeannette Weinberg Jewish Student Center are the primary locations for religious life at Goucher.
The chapel is open daily from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. (and often in the evenings or on weekends) for silence, solitude, and prayer.
Chaplain Cynthia Terry supports and oversees all aspects of religious and spiritual life at Goucher. Her office is located in the chapel basement.
Cynthia Terry, Chaplain