The Rev. Stan Yancey, Chaplain Services, Duke Health
In observation of Holy Week, this is a worship service with scripture reading, music, and a sermon. All are welcome. Masking in Duke Chapel is optional for those who are fully vaccinated. If you have not been vaccinated, Duke requires that you wear a mask in all Duke facilities. Thank you for doing your part to keep the Chapel open and safe for all. Learn more about campus public health measures at https://returnto.duke.edu/public-health-measures/ . Paid parking is available on a first-come-first-served basis in the Bryan Center garage at 125 Science Drive. ADA parking is available in the Bryan Center Surface Lot at the same address. For more parking options, visit chapel.duke.edu/visit-events/visit#parking. The guest preacher for the service is the Rev. Stan Yancey, a member of the Chaplain Services staff at Duke Health. Rev. Yancey is an ordained minister endorsed by The Alliance of Baptists. He is a North Carolina native and grew up on a small farm near Raleigh. He received a bachelor's degree in religion with a concentration in youth ministry from Campbell University, a master's degree of divinity from Southeastern Seminary, and a master's degree in social work from University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. He completed his CPE internship, residency, and educator training at Duke. Stan's additional clinical training includes a two-year pastoral counseling training program, Licensed Clinical Social Work certification, and a yearlong Virginia Satir training. He previously coordinated a CPE program for seven years that placed students in homeless shelters, domestic violence shelters, and medical clinics for the uninsured. He envisioned and created a faith community partnership position as his social work field placement that facilitated faith groups and county human services collaborating with the goal of coordinated and enhanced care. He has a special interest in how chaplains respond to the poor, as well as the addicted or those that live with mental illness. Stan spent a decade in the addiction field as chaplain and administrator serving as inpatient director for a county addiction treatment facility. He has a small private practice as a spiritually integrated psychotherapist at his home office, where he sees individuals, couples, and adolescents.