When Life isn’t Perfect
In spite of our best efforts…regardless of our intellect, problem-solving ability, preparation, prayer, and even faith, there are times in each one’s life that are simply crummy, hard, scary, world-shaking, world-crashing and/or completely confusing. Suffering happens. We don’t even have to look for it.
But when it happens, we can be assured we are not alone in it. We are not meant to be alone at those times when we hurt most and feel most vulnerable.
We believe strongly in the healing power of relationship and community, and we strive to make the Chapel a place where those who are in need feel welcome and can find support and guidance. We encourage you to join us for worship or contact our chaplain for one-on-one conversation. The list below includes resources we often share with people, as well as links to articles and resources that might be of help to you if you aren’t able to get together with us in person.
Please let us know if you do use something on this list and tell us if it was helpful so we can continue refining this resource!
Talking with a Chaplain:
While a new full-time Chaplain will be hired in either the last Spring or early Summer of 2013, we DO still have priests leading us in worship on Sundays. Our services are at 10am and 6:30pm, and you are welcome to come and ask one of our supplying clergy for a few minutes if there is a matter you would like to discuss in person.
Resources that may Help:
Tulane Uptown Campus Police (504) 865-5200
Tulane Counseling Services (504) 865-5113
Educational Resource Center (Counseling and Educational Help (504)865-5113
Loyola Counseling Center (504) 865-3835