Canterbury Kenyon

Canterbury Kenyon invites all students, regardless of religious affiliation, sexuality, or gender identity, to convey the love of a gracious God to the world around us. We seek to deepen our faith through the liturgy and theology of the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion.

Fall 2020 Weekly Schedule

Online Canterbury Dinner — Tuesdays 5:45pm
Grab your dinner and join the Canterbury community on Zoom for conversation, reflection, and prayer.

Bible Study¬†— Thursdays 8pm
We will gathering on Zoom to read Luke’s Gospel and reflect on the call to social justice

Compline (Episcopal Night Prayer) — Sundays 8pm
Gather in the chapel (or join via Zoom) for a time of check in and prayer before starting the week.

Zoom link for all meetings: 496 561 5003

For more up to date information, you can find us on Twitter or Instagram

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Canterbury Student Ministers

Elizabeth Cleveland ’21 (she, her)

Choir enthusiast and accomplished bookworm

Grace Gavazzi ’20 (she, her)

Science major and music player

Sophie Mortensen ’20 (she, her)

Part-time poet, full time nerd.

Ceci Rodriguez ’22 (they/them)

Artist and designated extrovert

Get in touch with a student minister

by emailing the Canterbury account:

canterbury@kenyon.edu

Kenyon College Spiritual and Religious Life

Rev. Rachel Kessler serves as both Priest-in-charge of Harcourt Parish and campus chaplain at Kenyon College. She works in collaboration with Marc Bragin (Director of Spiritual and Religious Life and Jewish Chaplain) to support all Kenyon students, regardless of religious identity. Rachel is also the chair of the Kenyon Interfaith Partnership.

To find out more about spiritual life at Kenyon, click here.

To follow Rachel and Marc on Twitter (@KenyonChaplains), click here.