Welcome to Brent House, the Episcopal Campus Ministry at the University of Chicago. We affirm our Episcopal identity, and welcome anyone who wants to join us.
We hope you will join us in person for one of our events, learn more about us, and meet the people of the Brent House community. In the meantime, here on the website you can have your questions answered, make a donation, or join our mailing list.
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We are excited to share this year’s State of the Chaplaincy, which includes an essay from the chair of our board, Mary Hope Griffin and news from this past year: State of the Chaplaincy 2019.
In other news, one of our undergrads, Ian Grant-Funck, who was raised at St. Mark’s, Glen Ellyn, wrote a response to Ray Suarez’s thought-provoking keynote address at Diocesan Convention. It was included in the spring 2019 issue of the Diocesan magazine, Thrive. Click to read—it’s on the last page.
And the usual reminder: Brent House depends on the generosity of its students, alumni/ae, and friends. You can easily support us by setting up a monthly donation. Please consider setting up or increasing a weekly, monthly, or one-time gift. It’s easy: click here or on the Donate button. If you have already set up a log-in, you’ll get an opportunity to log-in to make or increase your donation. (This helps avoid duplicates.) If it’s your first time, you can set up a log-in or close that box and make your donation. Thank you!
Our first Sunday evening service of the 2019-20 academic year is on Sunday, September 22, at 5:30 pm. Our first Afternoon Tea is Wednesday, September 25th, from 1:00-4:30 pm. Our first Brentsday is Wednesday, October 2 at 6 pm and our kickoff service will be the Sunday before 1st Week, September 29, the Feast of St. Michael and All Angels at 5:30 pm. Please see the calendar for a full schedule.
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