Religious & Spiritual Life
Chaplain Cynthia Terry can connect with students, faculty, and staff through email, FaceTime, and Zoom. Some groups will be meeting virtually, including the Bereavement Group and Back from Abroad. Watch for information about other groups and ways to connect around spiritual practice or conversation; let us know if you are looking for specific ways to connect with others. Hillel will also connect with students virtually, offering a variety of sessions (often through Facebook) and Goucher Christian Fellowship is available to talk with and support students as well.
Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (EST), students can schedule through Navigate
- Cynthia Terry, email@example.com
- Josh Snyder, Hillel, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Juliana Ottomano, Goucher Christian Fellowship, email@example.com
Social Media: Instagram (goucherchaplain)
The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life at Goucher provides opportunities for students to:
Expand their awareness of what others believe and how they practice.
Deepen their own practice, beliefs, questions, and commitments.
Connect with others to explore questions of meaning and purpose
Explore questions of meaning and purpose
Engage in dialogue within and among different religious, spiritual, and world views.
The Sacred Space at the Haebler Memorial Chapel, the Multifaith Prayer and Meditation Space (Bacon 104, Mary Fisher), the Esther Ann Brown Adler Hillel Lounge (Heubeck), and the Chapel Undercroft are the primary locations for religious life at Goucher.
The Sacred Space is open every day and evening (including weekends) for silence, solitude, and prayer. There are events scheduled in the Sacred Space (music, religious, other) as well.
Chaplain Cynthia Terry supports and oversees all aspects of religious and spiritual life at Goucher. Her office is located in the chapel basement.