Brad Eubanks, chaplain
preferred pronouns: he, him, his

Brad came to the Canterbury Episcopal Campus Ministry in Flagstaff in October of 2013. He grew up in Missouri City, Texas, a strangely named suburb of Houston (ask him sometime if you want to know why it’s named that). As cradle Episcopalians do, he received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Texas Lutheran University in Theology/Youth Ministry, minoring in Psychology, with a Certificate in Leadership Studies. He then went on to receive a Master of Education degree in Student Affairs in Higher Education (Counseling and Guidance) from Texas State University.

Brad is married to the amazing, the marvelous, Rachel Eubanks-Rhoades, who works at the Museum of Northern Arizona. Together, they are parents to two adorable felines, Scarlet and Lotus.

This is Brad’s eighth year in college ministry, and his fifth at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff. Although always a Texan, since his arrival here in Arizona, he has worked “diligently” to build a warm and welcoming spiritual community for his students (We all know he’s happier here anyways).

Brad loves working with the students, faculty, and staff of Northern Arizona University, and considers it a privilege to be called their chaplain.


Cari States-Codding, program coordinator
preferred pronouns: no preference

Cari is the program coordinator for LCM. Cari started attending a WELS church at age 9, and stumbled into the Campus Ministry Center and found LCM and, by extension, the ELCA. Cari has been a student with LCM since spring of 2012, and has been employed with them since July of 2016. Cari graduated from NAU in 2014 with a BS in political science and a BS in psychology, and has held a variety of jobs and positions in and outside of NAU, including: an internship with NAU's Health Promotions, helped formed and interned at NAU's LGBTQ Office of Resources and Support (now IMQ), been a counselor for Collegetown (an absolutely amazing spring break program that you should definitely ask about) for six years, and was a mental health tech in Flagstaff Medical Center's in-patient Behavioral Health Unit for two years.