As an unashamedly faith-based institution with a proud Christian heritage, Limestone—through the support and leadership of the University Chaplain, offers students the opportunity to explore and/or attend to their spiritual development as an integral part of their college experience. Consistent with our pledge to respect the rich diversity of values, cultures, and backgrounds students bring to our campus, and our commitment to both promote and embody openness, honesty, tolerance, and mutual respect, our campus ministry services are offered respectfully and freely.
While the title Chaplain originated as a designation for a priest or minister who had charge of a chapel, the term now applies to the position of one charged with attending to the religious and/or spiritual needs of an institution and its members. Chaplains serve the military, hospitals, prisons, colleges, universities, and increasingly some companies and corporations. Openness, tolerance, and respect for diversity are values inherent in the profession.
To that end the Chaplain at Limestone works to promote a religious environment consistent with the non-sectarian, founding values of our institution and offers:
The Chaplain’s Office is located on the top floor of the Curtis Building in office #141.
You will receive a notice of days and times each week when the Chapel is available for quiet meditation, study, or discussion/spiritual guidance from ADAMAH leaders or the Chaplain, Tom LeGrand.
Spiritual Guidance and Counseling
Dr. LeGrand is one of several campus options for students seeking guidance for life issues. He is available for discussions, questions, or to assist with spiritual direction for all students.
The Chaplain’s office serves the entire campus. All students are welcome, irrespective of their religious background.