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Reverend Dr. Chuck Currie '91 is the Chicago Theological Seminary's 2020 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient.
Charles “Chuck” Currie ’91 is the director of Pacific’s center for peace and spirituality, as well as the University Chaplain and professor. He wrote an opinion piece, "Blind evangelical support for Trump is theological malpractice," that was published by the political newspaper, The Hill.
We woke up this morning to the news of what is now the deadliest mass shooting in the United States. If you need someone to talk with, there are resources available to students, faculty and staff.
At the invitation of President Obama, Pacific University chaplain, assistant professor and Center for Peace and Spirituality director Rev. Dr. Chuck Currie will travel to Washington, D.C., for the White House Easter Prayer Breakfast on Wednesday, March 30.
The University Chaplain and director of the Center for Peace and Spirituality will incorporate his experiences into the curriculum of an upcoming class.
Today we are united in grief over the tragic mass shooting at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg.
The university chaplain and director of the Center for Peace and Spirituality attended Pope Francis' welcoming ceremony at the White House on Sept. 23, and shared his thoughts to local news media.
  The Rev. Chuck Currie will join Pacific University in Fall 2014 as director of the Center for Peace & Spirituality and university chaplain.