Pastoral Care & Conversation

Students, faculty, and staff might find it helpful to meet with a Multifaith Chaplain when:

    • making a difficult decision
    • feeling lonely, disconnected, or confused
    • desiring to share good news
    • experiencing a loved one who is ill or has died
    • facing a family crisis
    • desiring or needing someone to listen respectfully, attentively, curiously, and without judgment
    • struggling with despair and anxiety
    • wanting to explore meditation, prayer, silence, storytelling, and ritual
    • needing to resolve a conflict
    • struggling to keep daily life and personal ideals in congruence
    • wanting to explore relational, vocational, and educational paths and possibilities
    • hoping to explore a spiritual path or particular religion
    • interested in participating in social justice events and initiatives
Multifaith Chaplain Rev. Brittany Longsdorf M.Div. and Associate Multifaith Chaplain Raymond Clothier, M.Div., M.S.W.

Multifaith Chaplain Rev. Brittany Longsdorf M.Div. and Associate Multifaith Chaplain Raymond Clothier, M.Div., M.S.W.