Willamette University's Office of the Chaplains offers a wide variety of opportunities which foster spiritual growth and understanding as well as religious commitment and action.
The chaplains are charged to work with persons of all religious persuasions — and of none. Proselytizing is not part of the program; progress along one’s own path is
During these turbulent times, we are offering many resources for spiritual care and connection, while we are all dispersed by the global pandemic. For a list of resources — everything from guided meditations to care packages of podcasts, to poetry, click the Spiritual Care Resources link.
Check out our COVID-19 Themed Spotify playlist HERE!
This fall, many of our programs are virtual; you can read about them below:
A wide variety of online opportunities and resources
- University Convocation will be online this fall. Our first convo will be about anti-racist programs, initiatives and activities on campus - here's the Zoom link to join: Zoom Convo
- Convo on Sept. 3: Anti-Racist Activities and Initiatives at Willamette
- Convo on Sept. 10: Reckoning with Oregon's History, Part 1
- Convo on Sept. 17: TBA
- Convo on Sept. 24: Reckoning with Oregon's History, Part 2
- Pastoral counseling dealing with spiritual, vocational or personal issues is available to all members of the university community - send us an email at email@example.com
- Mindfulness meditation live online Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:45 5:00- a brief guided meditation.
- Mindfulness meditation resources online.
- Grief and counseling resources online, and over Zoom or in person — just contact the chaplains to set up appointments.
- Morning Prayer Zoom every weekday at 8:30, using the prayer book of the Christian community in Corrymeela, Ireland. Click here to join: Morning prayer.