The Chaplain’s office provides spiritual support, resources, pastoral counseling and care, and formational opportunities for students, staff, administrators, and faculty.
Prayer boxes for praises and prayer needs are located in the chapel, the student center, the Gerber academic building, and the Sandberg Leadership Center near the statue of Jesus.
Ashland Seminary shares every aspect of our relationship with God as a community. We express community through chapel, classes, journey groups, conferences, prayer cells, and joint ministry experiences as we work and live together. Students, staff, faculty, and administration challenge one another to grow inwardly, in our relationship with God and others, and in our outlook on the world.
Ashland Seminary believes that chapel and journey groups help to position individuals to be transformed into Christ-likeness by proclaiming God’s Word, by encouraging an intimate relationship with Christ, and by forming community through the power of the Holy Spirit.
Ashland Seminary affirms that all believers, regardless of gender, ethnicity, or class, are liberated to apply their God-given gifts with identical authority and identical responsibility in church, home, and the world.
The Chaplain’s office provides spiritual support, resources, pastoral counseling and care, and formational opportunities for students, staff, administrators, and faculty. For more information on these services contact Dr. Elaine Bednar.