Edman convocation


The primary purpose of chapel is worship. In chapel, we come together three times a week as a community of Christians to affirm our faith, to be encouraged in the Christian life, to focus our attention on God's agenda, to pray for ourselves and the world, and to give praise and thanksgiving to our triune God. Since it is the only time that the entire student body gathers in one place, chapel becomes an opportunity to build community.


Chapel Program

The Chapel program seeks to nurture the spiritual life of students in the context of an academic environment. Three times a week at 10:35 AM (Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays) the entire undergraduate student body gathers in community in Edman Chapel for the purpose of worship. Chapel programs reflect the interdenominational nature of the College and include guests known for their Christian leadership and message to the church and culture. Variety in worship forms, traditions, and music enriches the educational and experiential dimension of the chapel program. Student and faculty participation encourages the development of Christian faith through peer and mentor relationships. An educational component of chapel includes the consideration of theological, social, ethical, psychological, and political issues from a distinctively Christian and biblical perspective.

All School Communion

8:00 PM, Edman Chapel

Sunday, January 11, 2015
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Monday, May 4, 2015

Chapel Broadcasts

10:35 AM and 6:00 PM
Monday, Wednesday, & Friday
Live Video:  Campus Cable, Channel 4
Radio:  WETN 88.1 FM
Message Archives: WETN 

Grad School Chapel 

Wednesdays at 10:30 AM
Chatlos TV Studio, Lower Level, BGC
Live Video:  Campus Cable, Channel 27
Message Archives: WETN

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