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Tuesday, October, 16th, 2018 Home Slider

Contribute to the Tufts University Chaplaincy to make a Brighter World. Consider giving towards #TuftsGivingTuesday on November 27, 2018. Click here to contribute to #TuftsGivingTuesday Select University Chaplaincy under Department or Program*, then Fund Description* will populate with… Read More

October 2018 Carillon Tune

Monday, October, 1st, 2018 Announcements Home Slider

The tune Repton was written by the English composer Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry in 1888 as a contralto aria for queen Meshullemeth in his oratorio Judith. In the oratorio, a group of children asks the… Read More

September 2018 Carillon Tune

Thursday, August, 23rd, 2018 Announcements

This month’s carillon tune is Never Grow Old, a gospel hymn written in by James Cleveland Moore. Along with Precious Lord, which was featured on the carillon back in February of this year, it was… Read More

Celebration of Life for David J. Kahle

Wednesday, August, 15th, 2018 Announcements

We are sad to acknowledge the passing of David J. Kahle, former Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer. More information is available here:   All are invited to share in the… Read More

Chaplaincy Emeritus

Thursday, August, 2nd, 2018

Rabbi Jeffrey A. Summit Jewish Chaplain Emeritus Rabbi Jeffrey A. Summit, Ph.D. became Jewish Chaplain Emeritus in July 2018. He served as Jewish Chaplain and Neubauer Executive Director of Tufts Hillel from 1979-2018. He… Read More

Eid Festival

Wednesday, July, 25th, 2018

Sunday, August 26, 2018, 5-7 p.m. The Green Outside of Goddard Chapel 3 The Green, Medford, MA 02155 Come join the Tufts Muslim community as we celebrate the holiday of Eid al- Adha that marks… Read More

Summer 2018 Carillon Tune

Tuesday, June, 19th, 2018 Past Announcements

For the summer, along the general theme of love and comfort, the carillon is sounding the hymn “Sing Praise to God Who Reigns Above”.  The text of this hymn was originally rendered as “Mit Freuden… Read More