The Protestant Chaplaincy and the Protestant Students Association (PSA) strive to be a radically welcoming and inclusive community. We invite people of every race, color, national and ethnic origin, age, religious background, veteran status, ability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression to bring the fullness of who they are into this community.
The Reverend Dan Bell, Protestant Chaplain, works closely with the PSA to offer programming that meets the spiritual needs of students on campus. Our primary gathering time is Sunday at 7pm in Goddard Chapel, where we meet for Protestant Evening Worship (PEW). We also offer several weekday programs, such as a Thursday night prayer and spiritual reflection time called Compline.
Chaplain Dan is on campus several days a week and is happy to meet for coffee or in his office at the Interfaith Center. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling his office number, 617.627.2097. If unavailable, please email email@example.com or call the University Chaplaincy at 617.627.3427. For after hours pastoral emergencies, please call the Tufts University Police Department at 617.627.3030.
Join us in Goddard at 7pm for our final Protestant Evening Worship of the semester. We will be celebrating our graduating seniors tonight. Our very own Amanda Borquaye will be preaching!Protestant Evening Worship Sunday, April 29, 7 p.m., Goddard Chapel All are welcome to Protestant Evening Worship. Guest Preacher: Amanda Borquaye, A18
Amanda Borquaye is a senior majoring in International Relations and Sociology. As co-president of PSA and a member of PSA for all four years of her Tufts experience, she is thrilled and honored to deliver a message on planning our own vision and listening to God's call upon our lives. Her other activities at Tufts included being a Tisch Scholar, a prison tutor with the Petey Greene program, a radio host on WMFO radio, and a member of the Tufts Debate Society. ... See MoreSee Less