Rev. Perry Dogherty
Still Harbor believes that spirituality cultivates the depth of imagination, courage, and resilience we need to create a more kind, equitable, and sustainable world. We advance this vision by designing and delivering comprehensive chaplaincy programs and inspiring content for communities, direct service organizations, and activist networks as they work to achieve their own missions for justice and peace.
Opportunities for Student Involvement:
In pursuit of our mission, Still Harbor publishes Anchor magazine, a biannual publication dedicated to exploring the intersection of spirituality and social justice, and Still Harbor offers the Spiritual Direction Practicum, a one-year training program for those interested in learning spiritual companionship through social justice lens. The student will have a high level of editorial and project management responsibility for Still Harbor’s Anchor magazine. The student will also take a lead role in supporting the Spiritual Direction Practicum by helping document the curriculum. Other opportunities include participating as a fellow in the Practicum (free of charge), supporting partnership development and chaplaincy program design, and/or writing for the newsletter, blog, and Anchor.
The site is a three-minute walk from Alewife station in Cambridge.
Arts of Ministry Competencies Offered:
- Administration and Program Development
- Pastoral Care and Counseling
- Public Leadership, Community Organizing, and Planning
- Religious Education and Spiritual Development
The student will meet with the Executive Director, Rev. C. Perry Dougherty, for a minimum of one hour each week for goal setting, project review, and mentorship and training in relevant skills.
- Number of Students: 0
- Total Compensation: $6000.00
- Type of Compensation: Work Study
- Additional Notes: The Pastoral Care and Counseling Art of Ministry is available if the student chooses to participate in the Spiritual Direction Practicum on his/her own time.
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