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Visiting Information

Memorial Church Open Visiting Hours:
Monday - Thursday, 9 AM - 4 PM
Friday, 9 AM - 1 PM
Tours on Fridays at 11 AM.

Memorial Church is closed for University holidays, University closures, services, and private events. Windhover Contemplative Center is currently closed. There is no expected re-opening date at this time.

About Memorial Church and Companion Spaces

2021-22 Fellows

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Cahron Cross ’23. Pre-COVID, Cahron was an avid hugger of friends. Now he resorts to zoom-mojis, socially distant hand waves, head nods, and hidden smiles behind polyester masks, but there’s love behind it just the same. He has dabbled in numerous creative fields from hip-hop music to speech and debate, and his knack for self-deprecating humor is only eclipsed by his ineffectiveness in writing bios.


Regina Kong ’23 is a junior majoring in Comparative Literature and Art Practice with a minor in Earth Systems. She was raised in Berkeley, California and now calls midcoast Maine one of her homes. A seeker of stories, art and beauty, Regina loves connecting with new people and places. Recently Regina spent a summer in the Sierra Nevada, where she worked along rangers and scientists to conduct wilderness restoration for the JMT Wilderness Conservancy. Regina spends a lot of her time meditating on the relationship between humans and the natural world, as well as (in no particular order) trees, poetry, clawhammer banjo, trailrunning, boatbuilding and love letters.

Alina Wilson ’24 is a sophomore exploring human biology and medical humanities. She believes in the power of narratives–and their potential as tools for meaning-making, connection, and healing. Her interests intersect community health, narrative medicine, and relational organizing. In her free time, she can be found attempting to play the drums, practicing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, trying new things on her reverse bucket list, and creating playlists for friends. 

Mama Crab

My name is Alinea Lei Ann Tucker (they, we, she) and I was born in Long Beach, California. I took time away from Stanford in 2018 and began learning in community with traditional midwives, doulas, and abortion providers. Now I'm a coterminal graduate student in Earth Systems - Environmental Communication. I have deep roots with the African & African American Studies Program and the Institute for Diversity in the Arts here at Stanford. You can call me Mama Crab -- it's how I'm known in community. I talk about old old stories, bodies, water, soul-recovery, and spacetime. I should name that I'm creole and can't help but hoodoo (you do?). I'm here for your fullest expansion.

Alden Laird O'Rafferty

Alden Laird O'Rafferty '24 is a sophomore studying Materials Science and is passionate about renewable energy/ sustainability (solar cells! batteries! energy efficiency!),  teaching middle schoolers, and mentorship. She took MTM in Fall 2021 and found it a beautifully sacred space to reflect and share in safe community. She's looking forward to helping create that space for others and emphatically spreading her obsession with self-compassion She enjoys singing with friends, coaching a middle school debate team, backpacking, giving hugs, going to bed early, and basking in delight. 

Suyoun Choi ’24 is a sophomore majoring in Biology and potentially minoring in Psychology. He was born in Seoul, South Korea and raised in Beaverton, Oregon. His passions and hobbies include cancer biology research, swimming, cooking, eating, and playing the piano for fun. As a self-described grower and scientist, his curiosity drives both his exploration of the world of molecular biology and his dedication to open minded interactions with others as he searches for his path to help those around him be the happiest and healthiest versions of themselves.