Category Archives: Past Programs 2014-2015
Tuesday, December 2, 9 pm, Goddard Chapel – All are welcome to gather for an interfaith vigil to hold in remembrance and compassionate thought those who have been impacted by local and global events: the community in Ferguson, MO; anti-Semitic graffiti on campus; survivors of sexual misconduct; protesters in Hong Kong; families impacted by the … » read
Dear Member of the Tufts Community,
All are invited to gather today at noontime in Goddard Chapel to reflect on last night’s decision and events in Ferguson and to consider possible responses and next steps in our community here at Tufts. Please join us. All are welcome.
Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebrations Planning Meeting, Thursday, November 13, Noon, Africana Center (8 Professors Row)
All are welcome to begin the planning of Tufts’ Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebrations for January 2015. Traditionally there has been a campus-wide celebration in Goddard Chapel, a student-focused event, and sometimes other programs. This year … » read
Wednesday, December 3, 4:30 pm, Goddard Chapel – The Tufts University Chaplaincy will present its annual holiday concert featuring the Tufts Concert Choir under the direction of Jamie Kirsch as well as other musicians from across campus. The concert will include a carol sing along, and will be followed by a reception of warm cider, … » read
Thursday, November 6, 9:30 pm, Crane Room, Paige Hall
Join several of Tufts’ religious and philosophical student organizations for our second open mic night, an evening of interfaith/interbelief sharing and community! Click on the title to learn more!
Sunday, November 9, 2-5 pm (training), 5-6 pm (dinner), Interfaith Center (58 Winthrop Street)
As part of a new series of leadership development programs for student leaders of religious and philosophical student organizations (and others who are interested), the University Chaplaincy is sponsoring an Anti-Oppression/Anti-Racism Training with support from the organization Boston Mobilization. In … » read
On Monday, October 27, Tufts University Chaplaincy and the Association for College and University Religious Affairs welcomed Davíd Carrasco, Neil L. Rudenstine Professor of the Study of Latin America at Harvard University, to campus as a keynote speaker for the annual ACURA Conference 2014. Click the title to view recording of the talk.
Monday, October 13, 7 pm, Goddard Chapel
Many Humanists affirm values of service and support, across lines of not only religious difference but international borderlines as well. But how can we most effectively engage in volunteerism? This Columbus Day, Monday, October 7 pm in Goddard Chapel, the Humanist Chaplaincy at Tufts wants to explore … » read
Friday, October 17, Noon, Goddard Chapel
After years of lobbying by student activists and supportive voices in the administration, Tufts has finally established the country’s first university-funded Humanist chaplaincy. Walker Bristol, A14, joins the Chaplaincy staff this year as the first Humanist in Residence. Previously an active member of religious and Humanist life on … » read
Monday, October 27, 8:30 pm, Goddard Chapel
Recalling the forgotten kingdom of medieval Spain’s convivenica period marked by interfaith and multicultural intersection,