Religious and spiritual life at Goucher College is broad and diverse. There are organized groups within various religious traditions and those that explore spirituality in nontraditional ways. Students express their spirituality through dance, music, art, and discussions. All are invited to ask big questions and to share what matters to them and why.
As chaplain of this community, I am eager to work with all members of the Goucher College community—students, faculty, and staff—as they explore their spiritual values and commitments, express their religious traditions, search for meaning and value, and seek answers to their questions. I also understand that, as chaplain, I can be a companion in life's journey, through the painful places of illness, depression, addiction, grief, and abuse, as well as through joyful celebrations of achievement, accomplishment, and important relationships.
I am always happy to talk with people, whether the discussion is religious or otherwise. Please come to see me in my office in the lower level of Haebler Chapel; we can schedule times for conversation in the chapel, over coffee, or sitting outside. You are also welcome to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I look forward to meeting you at some point.