Grad Chapel provides the only opportunity for the whole grad school community, regardless of program or department, to gather together for worship and fellowship.
This time of worship and fellowship allows time for spiritual refreshment and encouragement in the middle of the week. All students, faculty, staff, and community members are welcome. Weekly programming is overseen by the Graduate School Chaplain and the Dean of the Graduate School.
From time to time, you may also be interested in visiting the undergraduate chapel services in Edman Chapel at 10:40 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Feel free to find an empty seat following the opening chimes. If interested, please reference the undergraduate chapel schedule.
In non-COVID times, all Grad Chapel services take place on Wednesdays, 10:40-11:25 am in Barrows Auditorium, main level of the Billy Graham Hall. All students, faculty, staff, and community members are welcome.
Due to COVID, the spring semester 2021 Grad Chapel services are occurring virtually every Wednesday from 10:40-11:20 am by livestream which can be viewed here.
Archived Grad Chapel services can be viewed online at https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL9GwT4_YRZdBbgeeuftfGvX4MOy-HhH9T.
Grad School Chapel Schedule
January - April 2021
|January 20||Acts 1:1-13
Our Family Business
Dr. Philip Ryken
|January 27||Dr. Kellen Smith
Pastor of First Presbyterian Church
|February 3||Minority Voices in a Minority Culture
Ray Chang, Mary Yeboah, and Patty Ramirez
|February 10||Dr. Scott Moreau
Dean of the Graduate School
|February 17||Donté Ford
Assistant Professor of Music & Associate Chaplain for Worship Arts
|February 24||Dr. Jerry Root
Professor of Evangelism and Director of the Evangelism Initiative
|March 3||Acts 5:27-41
Our Ultimate Allegiance
|March 10||Life Together Groups|
|March 17||Psalm 18:25-36: A Song, A Psalm & A Story
"Who is God Besides the Lord?"
Blake Chaput '22
Student Chaplain for Hospitality
|March 24||Acts 6:1-7
Our Diversity Challenges
Dr. Nathan Cartagena
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
|March 31||Life Together Groups
|March 15||Acts 8:26-40
"Who is in God's Family"
Dr. Esau McCaulley
Assistant Professor of New Testament
|March 17||Life Together Groups|
|March 19||Psalm 117: A Song, A Psalm & A Story
"Praise the Lord, All You Nations"
Julius Hagan, MA 2020
|March 22||Acts 9:1-19
"Our Enemies Become Family"
Dr. Rochelle Scheuermann
Associate Professor of Evangelism &
Leadership; Director of MA Programs in
Evangelism & Leadership, Missional Church
Movements, Ministry Leadership, & Global
|March 24||Life Together Groups|
|March 26||Psalm 133: A Song, A Psalm & A Story
"How Good and Pleasant it is when
God's People Live Together in Unity"
Esther Kim, '21
Family Groups Member Coordinator
|March 29||Acts 10:30-43
Our Good News
Dr. Richard Schultz
Blanchard Professor of Old Testament
|March 31||Life Together Groups|
|April 7||Acts 11:19-26; 13:1-3
Our Gifts of the Word and the Spirit
Dr. Gregory Lee, Associate Professor
Theology & Urban Studies; Senior Fellow,
The Wheaton Center for Early Christian
|April 14||Life Together Groups|
|April 21||Psalm 40:1-5: A Song, A Psalm & A Story
"Many, Lord my God, are the Wonders
You have Done"
Dr. Jeffrey Barbeau, Professor of Theology
|April 28||Acts 16:6-15
Our Divine Guidance
Ray Chang, Chaplain's Office
Ministry Associate for Discipleship
Make sure to check your email and social media for updates on Grad Chapel, special guests and speakers, and much more!