Worship is central to community life at the Seminary. The community gathers in Caldwell Chapel, Wednesday through Friday, to encounter God, individually and corporately, through Word and Sacrament. On special days during the liturgical year, additional services of worship, like the Service of Lessons and Carols, includes spouses, children, and the larger community. Regular participation in worship is central to the spiritual formation of students.
In consultation with the Worship Coordinators and Chapel Ministers our three-day-a-week chapel services are designed and led by students, faculty, administrators, and staff with equal opportunity to preach and lead the liturgies. Faculty and administrator sermons are recorded, and the audio is available on the Chapel Sermons page.
Worship is further enhanced by the spiritual symbols of faith in the art and architecture of Caldwell Chapel, including its beautiful stained glass windows which remind all worshipers of God's call to minister to the world. For a transcript of a panel discussion on the art and architecture of Caldwell Chapel, select the following link: Art and Architecture of Caldwell Chapel.