Welcome to Asbury Seminary Chapel!
We are so glad that you are here to join us in worship.
During the Fall and Spring Semesters, we gather for Chapel services on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 11am. You can join us in Estes Chapel or on our livestream.
We also offer Eucharist daily on campus at Noon. See below for a typical weekly schedule of Worship Events.
|Event(s)||Eucharist||Chapel; Eucharist||Chapel with Eucharist||Chapel; Eucharist||Eucharist|
|Time||Noon||11:00am; Noon||11:00am||11:00am; Noon||Noon|
|Location||Fletcher Chapel||Estes Chapel||Estes Chapel||Estes Chapel||Fletcher Chapel|
Our full semester’s Chapel Schedule is available here. Summer and January-Term Chapels, and any changes to the published schedule are noted weekly on Connect and our social media pages.
Childcare is available during Chapel.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who We Are
Chapel is central to our life together at Asbury Seminary. While all of our activities as a community aim to glorify God, worship itself is not a meeting about God, but a meeting with God. When we gather for Chapel, we expect to encounter the living God as participants welcomed into the dialogical work of the Trinity, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
Worship is a channel of grace in which we praise, pray, preach, and partake in the sacrament of Holy Communion. In worship we are rehearsing the gospel, declaring the glories of God gathering up the whole creation as an offering and making intercession for the nations. Our worship declares and demonstrates the Kingdom as we joyfully retell and participate in the Story of God.
Our speakers include faculty, students, missionaries, pastors, scholars, and world leaders. Our music and worship styles vary as widely as the traditions brought by the members of our community, and include perspectives of the global and ancient Church. Our hope is that you will encounter a new element of worship that you can bring home to your context. Most importantly, it is our prayer that you will encounter the Risen Christ through communal worship during your time at Asbury Seminary.
There are a variety of opportunities for students to be meaningfully engaged in Chapel worship as musicians, liturgists, communion stewards and more. Whether you are a regular in Chapel or are visiting campus for a hybrid class, if you would like to be involved in a service, please reach out to us!
For those looking for a deeper level of engagement in chapel and training in worship leadership, the Chapel Team is open for any student to apply to at the end of each academic year.
Email email@example.com to learn more and get involved.