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Goddard Chapel and the Interfaith Center are closed until further notice, in compliance with current Tufts University policy prioritizing the health of our community during the coronavirus outbreak.

Although the buildings are closed, the University Chaplaincy’s commitment to the Tufts community remains steadfast, and we are still here for you.

Our chaplains are available for conversation and we encourage you to reach out. In this unprecedented time for our community, you may be feeling confused, overwhelmed, scared, sad, or just not like yourself. Regardless of what you are feeling, it is our honor to serve you.

The University Chaplaincy administrative staff can be reached at chaplaincy@tufts.edu, and the chaplains can each be contacted through the email addresses found on this site at https://chaplaincy.tufts.edu/contact/.

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CW: Police brutality

The recent killings of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and many other Black people in the United States by police and vigilantes have led to this moment of social unrest and protest in many of our communities.

We are witnessing what The Rev. William Barber II has described as “public mourning” in our streets. We are experiencing tremendous grief in our hearts. It is central to the University Chaplaincy mission to be attentive to the spiritual and emotional needs of all Tufts community members, and our chaplains are here for you now. We can provide spiritual care, resources about the history of racism in our country, and opportunities to advocate for change.

Our chaplains are available to all Tufts students, faculty, staff and alumni of all religious, spiritual, and philosophical identities. To schedule a time to check in or be in conversation with any of our staff, visit our Contact page on the University Chaplaincy website. #BlackLivesMatter
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CW: Police brutality 

The recent killings of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and many other Black people in the United States by police and vigilantes have led to this moment of social unrest and protest in many of our communities.

We are witnessing what The Rev. William Barber II has described as “public mourning” in our streets. We are experiencing tremendous grief in our hearts. It is central to the University Chaplaincy mission to be attentive to the spiritual and emotional needs of all Tufts community members, and our chaplains are here for you now. We can provide spiritual care, resources about the history of racism in our country, and opportunities to advocate for change. 

Our chaplains are available to all Tufts students, faculty, staff and alumni of all religious, spiritual, and philosophical identities. To schedule a time to check in or be in conversation with any of our staff, visit our Contact page on the University Chaplaincy website. #BlackLivesMatter
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