As a vibrant part of campus life, chapel creates opportunities for us to hear and be changed by God’s story of redemption in Jesus through Scripture, music, teaching, prayer, dance, and storytelling.
Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 11 AM
We desire to be a catalyst for Christ-centered community and mission by inviting people into embodied, communal, global, and spiritually formative worship practices. Every other weekday from 11–11:30 AM during the fall and spring semesters, students, faculty, staff, and guests gather to respond to God’s invitation to worship and mission. As a vibrant part of campus life, chapel creates opportunities for us to hear and be changed by God’s story of redemption in Jesus through music, teaching, prayer, Scripture, dance, and storytelling. All are welcome.
Every Tuesday and Thursday, join us for a short devotional and prayer at 11AM. Together we read God's Word, reflect on what it means, and encourage each other to be whole and maturing disciples of Jesus. We'll dive into spiritual practices that have aided the church throughout history, and learn about how we can adapt them for our lives today. We pray that these devotionals will empower our community to journey forward into what God has for us with refreshed minds and engaged hearts.
Sound biblical teaching and real-world experience are always in dialogue, and in chapel you’re invited to join the conversation. Integrating faith with the rest of life is one of the most important things you will ever do, and through chapel you can learn from others who are doing just that. We invite world-renowned scholars, best-selling authors, local pastors, business professionals, innovative artists, and global world-changers to share their stories and their expertise from a Christian perspective. You will have opportunities to interact with guests from across North America and abroad while getting to know TWU’s faculty and staff better too.