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Chaplain at Work: A Launch Event for Garrett's New MAPCC in Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care

November 17, 2021 | 11 a.m. (Central Time) | Zoom

Join Dr. Rolf Nolasco, Rueben P. Job Professor of Spiritual Formation and Pastoral Theology, and Rev. Michael Washington, Chaplain and CPE Supervisor at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, for a virtual information session for our new Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care Track of the Master of Arts in Pastoral Care and Counseling (MAPCC) degree. Come learn about the Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care MAPCC program at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary and bring your questions! Fill out the form below to register!

November 17, 2021

Michael K. Washington

About Rev. Michael K. Washington

Rev. Michael K. Washington is ordained to word and sacrament with the Evangelical Covenant Church and had served two Chicago churches for 16 years until beginning his doctoral studies in 2017. He is credentialed through the Association of Clinical Pastoral Education as a Certified Educator, a board certified chaplain through the Association of Professional Chaplains, and has served as adjunct faculty for Garrett-Evangelical (2008-2017) and North Park Theological Seminaries (2015-Present). He is a chaplain and clinical pastoral educator at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago. Washington is also completing his PhD (ABD) in Pastoral Theology, Personality, and Culture at Garrett.


Rolf Nolasco

About Dr. Rolf Nolasco

Dr. Rolf Nolasco is the Rueben P. Job Professor of Spiritual Formation and Pastoral Theology at Garrett-Evangelical and director of the Rueben P. Job Institute for Spiritual Formation. He is an experienced professor, trained in pastoral and counseling psychology, mindfulness and contemplative spirituality, and affective neuroscience. Nolasco is also a psychotherapist, published author, and has vast experience in cross cultural communications from living and working across the world within varying social and cultural backgrounds. He is the author of God’s Beloved Queer (Wipf and Stock, 2019), The Contemplative Counselor: A Way of Being (Fortress Press, 2011), and Compassionate Presence: A Radical Response to Human Suffering (Cascade Books, 2016). His most recent work seeks to affirm compassion as the pulsating heartbeat of Christian theology and praxis through the hermeneutical perspectives of brain science, psychology, and practical theology.