Protestant Chaplain Drop-in Hours & Thanksgiving Service

Protestant Chaplain Drop-In Hours

Via Zoom:
Monday 6:00-8:00 pm
Tuesday 8:15-9:00 pm
Wednesday 4:00-6:00 pm

Click HERE to schedule a time

In-person (on campus):
Tuesday 11:30-1:00 pm
2:00-5:30 pm
Wednesday 8:30-10:30 am

Email Jami Carlacio if you’d like to Zoom or talk via phone: jcarlacio@wesleyan.edu.

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Thanksgiving Service in Memorial Chapel

November 14th @ 4pm, EST in person and via-Zoom

Planned and led by Wes students . . .A mix of poetry, giving thanks, music, and Scripture that speaks to human connection and solidarity.

Click HERE to reserve a space in the Chapel
Click HERE for the unique Zoom link (no reservation needed)
Contact Lourdes Fitzgerald, class of ’23 for questions and to participate as a reader, singer, instrument-player, usher, program designer

ORSL Pastoral Counseling for the Wesleyan Community

Hello Everyone,

I’m sending this message on behalf of the university chaplains. We know that this is a stressful time, and that in addition to the uncertainty of these times, many of us are dealing with the illness and loss of loved ones. The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life writes:

‘All of the chaplains at ORSL offer pastoral counseling to those who would like to connect with a confidential, nonjudgmental, listening presence. We are all comfortable working with people of any, all, or no faith backgrounds.

We have been doing this via phone and some of us via zoom for the past few weeks, and hope that people will continue to reach out to us individually.

We can be reached at: https://www.wesleyan.edu/orsl/meetchaplains.html

Rabbi David Leipziger Teva
Director, Religious and Spiritual Life
University Jewish Chaplain
Wesleyan University
860-227-5644

You may schedule a conversation with me via zoom or phone by going to calendly.com/dleipziger

Listening Circle: Check-In. Connect. Process on 3/24


Listening Circle: Check-In. Connect. Process
Learn spiritual strategies to support yourself and others during these perplexing times. Facilitated by Rabbi David. For more info contact dleipziger@wesleyan.edu. For Wesleyan students.
Time: Tuesday, Mar 24, 2020, 12:30- 1 PM Eastern Time 
(US and Canada) Via Zoom
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 462 356 2192

Grief Support Circle Today – Tuesday, 1/28

Grief Support Circle: Dani Jewell-Tyrcha

In light of Dani Jewell-Tyrcha’s recent death, a support circle is being offered where students can gather to process, grieve, reflect, and be in solidarity with one another today, Tuesday, 1/28, at 5pm in the ORSL Lounge at 169 High Street, second floor.

The circle will be facilitated by staff from the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life and Counseling and Psychological Services.

Rabbi David Leipziger Teva

Senate Confirmation Vote: Student-Centered Gathering for Support & Solidarity — Monday at 7 p.m.

 

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Senate Confirmation Vote:  Student-Centered Gathering for Support and Solidarity

We invite you to gather as we hold space for anyone looking for a supportive and affirming space  to process, vent, be heard, or collaborate.

Monday (10/8)    7:00-8:15pm     Downy House Lounge  249 High St.

Co-sponsored by WSA, Adolescent Sexual Health Awareness (ASHA), Survivor Advocacy and Community Education (SACE) Office, Office of Religious and Spiritual Life, and Counseling and Psychological Services.

Interfaith Trip during Spring Break — 3/19-23! Sign up ASAP!!

Interfaith Service Trip 2018!  

The Office of Religious and Spiritual Life is organizing a trip to New Jersey where we will do community service, learn about other religious traditions, and engage in rich dialogue and discussion from March 19-23.  All are welcome!!  The cost for five days (transportation, room, and board) is $450/person, but generous financial aid is available.  If you would like more information, please contact Rev. Tracy at tmehrmuska@wesleyan.edu, or register here:    https://goo.gl/forms/S9wJrStbeuExuQRZ2.

 

Resilience Retreat 10/6-8/17: Forms due September 15

Resilience Retreat 2017:  Are you yearning to feel more grounded, capable, and confident?  We invite you to participate in an off-campus, all-expense paid, interfaith weekend retreat from October 6-8 to help you enjoy increased resiliency by discovering and cultivating your own inner strength and peace.  During this program, we will discuss key components of resilience, identify individual areas of strength and potential growth, learn specific tools and practices that can help us become more resilient, and reflect on the role of our faith/spirituality.  Space is limited!  For more information, please contact Rev. Tracy Mehr-Muska from the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life at tmehrmuska@wesleyan.edu.  To register, please fill out this form prior to 5pm on September 15https://goo.gl/forms/dQ7ERXw6CUjXhPzC3.