Chapel seeks to develop the whole person by providing students, faculty, and staff with opportunities for spiritual, educational, and cultural development. Chapel is a central event of the University, meeting each Thursday of the semester and the first Tuesday of each month of the semester. Chapel may include worship, preaching and teaching, guest speakers and lecturers, and cultural activities. The University invites a variety of Christian speakers to chapel, including influential leaders, musicians, pastors, missionaries, and more. Chapel seeks to engage and develop the convictions of students, faculty, and staff. At the same time, Chapel strives to cultivate character and to promote social change through service and leadership.

Chapel seeks to show how faith speaks to all areas of life. Therefore, chapel topics include:

  • Theology and Spirituality
  • Faith and Vocation
  • Business and Technology
  • Arts and Culture
  • Family and Sexuality
  • History, Science, and Education
  • Politics, Leadership, and Activism
  • Athletics and Wellness

For questions about chapel, please contact our Campus Minister here.