Chaplaincy

St. Peter on the Rocks Chapel, Maria Umama we Themba Monastery, South Africa

The school chaplains, who are Episcopal priests and lay ministers, are available to help students deepen their spiritual lives. The chaplaincy seeks to support each student on his or her spiritual journey. In chapel, in confidential individual discussions, at celebrations, as well as times of difficulty, the chaplain is available to help members of the community as they explore the sacred in our midst.

-Oregon Episcopal School website

I serve as a chaplain at Oregon Episcopal School.  You can read my musings about it in bite-sized chunks by following @oeschaplainliz on twitter.  Use the button on the right of this page. To learn more about school chaplaincy, talk to the good folks at the National Association for Episcopal Schools.  For my religion thoughts that aren’t about Chaplaincy, click the Religion tab directly.

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