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The Episcopal Chaplaincy at Boston College is an active ministry of undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff. Weekly “family dinner” and worship, regular formation programs, local and global mission partnerships and a commitment to social justice ministries provide many connections to the Episcopal Church in Massachusetts and the world. Boston College students also volunteer at numerous Episcopal ministry sites throughout the Diocese of Massachusetts all year around.

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The Episcopal Chaplaincy at Boston College is an active ministry of undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff. Weekly “family dinner” and worship, regular formation programs, local and global mission partnerships and a commitment to social justice ministries provide many connections to the Episcopal Church in Massachusetts and the world. Boston College students also volunteer at numerous Episcopal ministry sites throughout the Diocese of Massachusetts all year around.

Category

Campus Ministry Organizations

Primary Contact Name

The primary contact should be the organization leader (president, director, chair, ect.)

Annie Pates

Primary Contact Title

President

Faculty/Staff Advisor Name

Your faculty/staff advisor is NOT your Student Programs Office contact.

Fr. James Weiss

Faculty/Staff Advisor School/Department

Theology

Organization Mission Statement

The Episcopal Chaplaincy of Boston College, better known as ECBC, seeks to meet the needs of Episcopalian, Lutheran, or any student searching for a spiritual home and provide place for them to ask questions about and grow deeper in their faith life. ECBC works to enrich the experience of students at BC through worship, counsel, fellowship, education programs and community service. ECBC emphasizes a family-like community and welcomes undergraduates, graduate students, doctoral students and faculty of any faith tradition to our Wednesday night meetings. While strengthening and supporting the Christian community on campus, we strive to explore issues such as faith, spirituality, peace, justice, security, ethics, and interpersonal and social relationships. ECBC also seeks to engage with other faith-based groups on campus and encourage interfaith dialogue throughout BC.