Hello! My name is Abigail Clauhs. I’m an interfaith chaplain, Unitarian Universalist minister, and activist who is deeply invested in spiritually grounded healing and justice work.
A Little More About Me
Originally, I hail from Charleston, South Carolina, where I was born and raised. I came north to Boston University for college, where I became deeply involved in interfaith activism and social justice work. After that, I headed west to Claremont School of Theology in Southern California, an intentionally interreligious institute, to complete my M.Div. in Interfaith Chaplaincy. Working as a chaplain in Portland, Oregon, now, I continue to engage in activism with a focus on healing justice in my spiritual care work. I also find joy in improv, creative writing, hugging trees, and whipping up self-care biscuits and gravy. I’m constantly looking for new ways to connect and collaborate–hit me up if you’re interested in how we can work together!