Protestant Chaplaincy seeks to ensure that interested members of the Tufts community have opportunities to continue in, or to explore, the Protestant tradition.
Recognizing the internal diversity of that tradition, the Protestant Chaplain supports several Protestant campus groups and ministries, working in an inclusive and ecumenical way. Opportunities include worship, prayer, scripture study, fellowship, service and social justice opportunities, retreats, and pastoral support. All programs offered by the Protestant Chaplain seek to be marked by inclusiveness and respect for all people; by expressions of faith that support equality, peace, and sustainability; by intellectual integrity and critical reflection; by depth of spiritual practice; by openness to what the Protestant tradition positively offers in today’s world; and by respect in thought, expression, and deed for people and communities of other faith traditions, of no faith tradition, and those in exploration. Learn more by visiting the Protestant Chaplaincy website.