I am a current M.Div. candidate at the Yale Divinity School in New Haven, CT, preparing for professional lay chaplaincy. Before coming to Yale, I was a member of the first cohort of M.A. students in Peace and Social Transformation at the Earlham School of Religion. My undergraduate study was in the history of medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.
My primary worshipping community is our seminary chapel, St. Luke’s Chapel at the Berkeley Divinity School at Yale. At St. Luke’s, I serve as a Chapel Minister, leading student liturgy planning and working on the sacred music program. I also sing at Christ Church, New Haven, and in the chapel choirs at Berkeley and at Yale’s beautiful Marquand Chapel.
Though I now inhabit a range of Episcopal Church and Roman Catholic spaces, I have come by way of the Religious Society of Friends. During college, I was received into membership at the Monthly Meeting of Friends of Philadelphia, which worships in silence in a beautiful 215-year-old meetinghouse in the Old City neighborhood. I constantly find myself the proud big sister of @lachlanjc.