Students in chapel singing
Photo by John Froschauer

Welcome to Chapel

Mondays, Wednesdays and 1 Friday a month, 10:30-11:00am.

*Fall semester Chapel begins Wednesday September 6, 2017!

University Chapel takes place on Mondays and Wednesdays and 1 Friday a month during the Fall and Spring semesters.  It is held during Chapel Break at 10:30 am in the Karen Hille Phillips Center (Mondays and Friday on the 2nd floor and Wednesdays on the 3rd floor/Ness Family Chapel).

Monday’s service (“Monday Word”) is a chapel service led by students, faculty and staff of color that is rooted in multicultural faith traditions, praise & worship, and opportunities for prayer and expression.

Wednesday’s service observes the rich liturgical and musical tradition of the Lutheran church, led by our University Organist and Chapel Choir, but from time-to-time, offers different worship styles. Faculty, staff, students, the University Pastor, chaplains, local ministers, and our resident bishop are among those who offer a brief message at these services throughout the academic year.

Friday’s service is an Interfaith Chapel service and a time to learn and engage in a variety of spiritual practices from various traditions.  Leaders include students, faculty and staff as well as community members.
Fall Fridays: September 8, October 6, November 3, December 1.

Morning Chapel provides a “30-minute Sabbath” in the midst of our busy lives; time to pray, sing, reflect, be challenged, and have our spirits nourished and renewed.

Now the Feast and Celebration

Renowned composer Marty Haugen was commissioned by the university to write  Now the Feast and Celebration, a joyous liturgy that is still used at University Chapel throughout the year, and at numerous Christian churches across the globe. Proceeds of each purchase of sheet music and recorded performances of Now the Feast and Celebration help to financially support Campus Ministry. We encourage you to purchase your own keepsake copy of Now the Feast and encourage your home congregation to purchase copies as well. Purchases should be made directly through GIA Publications, Inc.

Students holding candles
Photo by McKenna Morin '19