Our chaplain ministers seek to nurture students, faculty and staff in an understanding of life as vocation grounded in faith, infused with a concern for human beings, and committed to the service of God and the human family.
Experiences of learning, service, worship, community building, and growth encourage members of the College community to imagine and pursue visions for their lives that reflect this sense of vocation.
The ministry of the chaplain ministers are designed to empower individuals to bring compassion, justice, reconciliation, and hope to the communities where they live and work.
Millsaps College celebrates its connection with the United Methodist Church. The College embodies the spirit of John Wesley, founder of the Methodist tradition, in its emphases on scholarly inquiry, academic freedom, and spiritual growth. Millsaps is a church-related institution, welcoming of people from all religious traditions or no religious tradition, and committed to equipping all people for a meaningful life of service to others.
Millsaps has developed innovative partnerships such as The Center for Ministry and Initiative for Vocational Inquiry, which are open to all faiths. Chaplain Chris Donald ministers to the entire campus community and leads the Millsaps Multi-Faith Initiative and Millsaps Ecumenical Community.
Students - read "What Happens After Graduation?" from magazine Interpreter, which is devoted to United Methodist-related higher education.
Learn more about the College's relationship to the Church in the following areas:
What it means to be a Methodist-related institution: