Reflection and Spiritual Care Center

Campus Ministry

The Reflection and Spiritual Care Center houses the office of Campus Ministry and was created for whole community ministry.

Location: The Center is located across from Lamson Library, up the street from the shuttle stop, in Samuel Read Hall Building.

Hours:
The Center’s hours for Summer 2016 are variable from May 16 – June 20. It is best to contact Kathy Tardif at kmtardif@plymouth.edu or (603) 535-2673 to make an appointment. From June 21 to mid-August, the Center is closed.

The Reflection and Spiritual Care Center is a place to come in, take a deep breath, relax in our Reflection Room, light a candle, or browse a book on any spiritual subject in our library. The Center and its staff are open to and respectful of people of faith and of different perspectives.

The Reflection Room in the Reflection & Spiritual Care Center is available to students, staff, and faculty as a quiet and restful space. You do not have to use it for religious purposes. If you would like to use it regularly (daily or weekly), please contact Kathy Tardif at kmtardif@plymouth.edu or (603) 535-2673 to make arrangements.

Phone Numbers:

  • Catholic Campus Ministry
    (603) 535-2673
  • Caring Campus Coalition (Interfaith)
    (603) 481-1235
  • Chi Alpha Ministry (Evangelical Protestant)
    (603) 254-8552

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