Spiritual Life at Endicott College
Nestled within beautifully stained glass windows, lies a place for everyone, the Endicott College Interfaith Chapel. Like most college communities, Endicott College is comprised of people from many different religious paths and welcomes each and all unique faith traditions and practices.
Spiritual Life is devoted to creating and ensuring energetic, thoughtful, and supportive contexts for the Endicott College community to pursue their spiritual interests. Through a range of programs and services held throughout the year the Chaplain’s office works to promote faith development, personal reflection and religious understanding.
Interim Chaplain Josh Hudson has spent the last 7 years working in religious leadership in various capacities. He is passionate about engaging students by helping them develop their spiritual and ethical identities while also promoting healthy leadership ideals and growth. Josh loves the Memphis Grizzlies, film, and hip-hop. When he is not on campus, you can find him with his wife, Hannah, enjoying good food and the great outdoors.
Josh's Availability: TBA
Interim Chaplain Michael Stambaugh has 10 years experience working in urban, rural, camping, and collegiate ministry contexts. Michael is passionate about encouraging students to understand and develop their identity and meaning in life in order to live purposefully as change agents in the world. He desires to engage in conversations with students regarding their spiritual journey. When Michael is not on campus, he enjoys outdoor activities with his wife Liz such as camping, hiking and backpacking.
Michael’s Availability: Mondays 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm, Tuesdays 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm, and Wednesdays 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm, and other days by appointment.
Calendar of Religious Holidays
Local Places of Worship
Religious Groups on Campus