Most humans share common emotions, values and aspirations. Sometimes during stressful situations or times of personal crises they may feel lonely, anxious, fearful and tense. Such feelings arise with people of no religion as well as with those with religion. People who are experiencing such feelings may want to talk to someone who understands, someone who they feel is on their side or who holds a similar life-outlook as they do.
The Humanist chaplain serves those who are not of a religious persuasion or whose outlook and life-values are based on experience, reason and a compassionate response. To contact a Humanist chaplain go to the Contact a Chaplain page.