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Welcome to the All Beliefs Community at Hamilton. The students and staff of the chaplaincy invite us all — from our various viewpoints and inherited religious traditions and spiritual practices — to deepen our sense of the meaning and purpose we discern for our lives, as individuals and as members of this community and engaged citizens of our world.
Bob Moses
Bob Moses '56, leader of Freedom Summer in Mississippi 1964, returns to campus

We acknowledge that we live and work on the sacred ancestral lands of the Oneida Indians and seek to embrace that complex history and consequently pursue greater commitment to cross-cultural education, equality, and understanding.

The Chaplaincy exists to:

  • encourage religious diversity
  • build community based on the value of inclusion
  • create a welcoming, mindful environment in its chapel space
  • counsel students toward emotional/ spiritual well-being
  • serve as teacher and advisor to individuals and groups, guiding toward deeper engagement in the quest for meaning and lives of purpose.



Fillius Events Barn, Map #18
Mass celebrated by Fr. Peter. Face masks and physical distancing in effect.

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Contact Information

Jeff McArn

College Chaplain
315-859-4130 jmcarn@hamilton.edu
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