Tammy McLeod

Tammy McLeod

Cru Chaplaincy
Tammy McLeod

Email: tammy_mcleod@harvard.edu
Ministry Websiteharvardci.com
Personal Website: patandtammymcleod.com
Instagram: patandtammymcleod
Facebook: Pat and Tammy McLeod
Special areas of interest: Areas of special interest: developing spiritual leaders, co-leading grief groups with a counselor at CAMHS, doing spiritual direction monthly with individuals, spiritual formation—teaching spiritual practices & helping people build healthy life rhythms, teaching talking, listening, and conflict resolution skills (certified instructor for Interpersonal Communications Programs), ambiguous loss, compassion fatigue, and vocational discernment.

Hi! My name is Tammy McLeod, and I am on the staff of an international, inter-denominational Christian organization called Cru. I serve as an advisor to both Christian Impact and its athletic ministry, Athletes in Action. I work very closely with my husband, Pat, who is also a Harvard Chaplain. In addition, I serve as the Director of College Ministry for Park Street Church in downtown Boston. See areas of special interest above.

During college, I began a relationship with Jesus. This changed the trajectory of my life. Consequently, I have spent the last four decades inviting students, faculty, administrators, and coaches to experience the forgiveness, freedom, joy, hope, love, and life found in a relationship with Christ.

I spent two years at the International School of Theology doing M.A. work in Pastoral Studies with a counseling emphasis and graduated from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary with an M.A. in Spiritual Formation.

Spiritual formation is a passion of mine. I enjoy helping others make space in their lives to become more attentive to how God is working in their lives. I focus on the spiritual disciplines of meditation on Scripture, prayer, reflection, and Sabbath-keeping. These practices have been central in the rhythm of my own spiritual journey, and I enjoy helping others build healthy life rhythms.

Over a decade ago, our sixteen-year-old son had a severe traumatic brain injury playing football and instantly became severely disabled for life. I have dealt with a lot of loss and grief but have experienced the nearness of God in these circumstances. I am available to listen to students and faculty talk about suffering, loss, and grief. I also enjoy helping others work through relational issues and grow in emotional maturity.

 

 

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