The rituals of Christianity go back centuries, and we believe connecting with them develops mature spirituality and vibrant faith. On these special days, all are invited to university-wide celebrations and learning opportunities. The services are ecumenical in flavor and liturgically creative in tone, focusing on the heart, soul, and mind of worship. Our students in the Exploration of Vocation and Ministry program, chancel musicians, and staff and faculty assist us in planning and leading the services.
Additionally, our campus ministers offer religious experiences for those from the Jewish and Muslim traditions, as well as in various Christian traditions. For more information, click here.
University Worship 2019-2020
On these Sundays, join us for university-wide celebrations and learning opportunities (watch for CLPs.) The Church's annual rituals go back centuries, and we think it's worth connecting with them. That's what it means to celebrate liturgy. 5:00 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
||All Saints Celebration
||Moravian Love Feast|
|January 20, 7pm
||Martin Luther King, Jr. Interfaith Celebration|
|February 26, 8am
||Holy Week Lessons and Carols|
|May 9, 11am