Chapel reflects the heart of God and the heart of campus—a community of faith, grace, and worship. Here we examine our lives—how God has wired us, our passions, dreams and shortcomings. We frequently have authors, musicians, and leading voices for global concerns like poverty, hunger, clean water, human trafficking, pornography and modern day slavery. Chapel services are planned and led by Grace College students, and directed by Dean of the Chapel.
The Grace experience would be incomplete without chapel. It provides a chance for the Grace family to gather and experience Christ and His present work in the lives of frail humanity around the globe. Through chapel, students are encouraged to see past themselves to the greater story that God is writing. It’s an environment deliberately set aside to complement the classroom and residence hall experiences in awakening, equipping, and connecting learner-leaders seeking to make visible the redeeming work of Christ.
Email the Chapel Administrative Assistant.