There are a variety of ways to become involved with the Protestant Student Association:
Protestant Worship Service
Join us every Sunday at 7pm at Goddard Chapel for Sunday evening Protestant Worship Service.
All are welcome to attend! If you’d like to become more involved in the service through reading scripture,ushering, singing in the choir, or serving on the worship committee, please contact PSA Worship Coordinator:
Paige Lucas: email@example.com
Choir: meets every Sunday at 6:15pm in Goddard to practice! All are welcome.
PSA hopes to build a community that is not only a spiritual home for students, but a place where authentic relationships are formed. PSA provides opportunities for this through our after-worship coffee time, noonday prayer & lunch, small groups, retreats, and social events.
Sunday Dinners: Join us each Sunday evening to eat dinner after attending Worship service! We walk over to Carm following the worship service. For more information, contact Nissa Koerner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
An important part of the mission of the Protestant Chaplaincy and PSA is spiritual formation. We want toprovide a space for students to grow in their faith and relationship with God. As well as an opportunity to get to know members of the PSA community in smaller groups.
Members of PSA are encouraged to join one of our small groups led by either members of the PSA leadership team or the Protestant Chaplain.
- Breakfast Book Group: Tuesdays at 11am at the Tower Cafe, Tisch Library. Led by Marissa Maimone and Charlotte Gilliland.
- Noonday Prayer & Lunch: Wednesdays at 12pm at the Interfaith Center. Hosted by the Protestant Student Association Leadership Team.
- Spiritual Formation Small Group: Thursdays at 9:15pm at Goddard Chapel. Led by Rachael Pettengill-Rasure.
For more information on PSA small groups, contact the Spiritual Formation Coordinator:
Marissa Maimone: email@example.com
If you would like to meet with the Protestant Chaplain, email:
Rachael Pettengill-Rasure: firstname.lastname@example.org
Social Justice is an important value of many faiths. We are called as Christians to be God’s hands and feet in the world, therefore PSA and the Protestant Chaplaincy encourages students to participate in outreach activities through the school year.
Once a month members of PSA help serve at local food pantries and soup kitchens. If you would like to volunteer with us or would like more information on outreach opportunities contact the PSA External Outreach Coordinator: Charlotte Gilliland: email@example.com
The PSA leadership team serves for an entire academic year. Elections for 2014-2015 PSA leaders will be held in April 2014. If you are interested in serving on the leadership team, please contact PSA leadership: firstname.lastname@example.org