Chapel Program

Chapel services are open to all; feel free to join us in the Taylor Commons at 10:15 AM on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

The Taylor Chapel Program is an important part of the student experience. Meeting twice weekly, these events include worship, scripture and prayer, as well as a variety of speakers who bring a varied perspective to ministry issues. The coordinator of the Chapel Program is Dr. Allan Effa.

The Taylor Chapel Program will continue throughout the Fall and Winter Semesters, except during weeks where there are no classes or as noted. Every student is encouraged to attend, and to let the rhythms of worship and reflection take effect on our hearts.

chapel iconDec. 9 - Jan. 17 
Christmas Haitus - No Chapel

Jan. 20 (Tu) 
Stencel Hall Inaugural Chapel – Celebration of our 75th Anniversary
Speaker: Dr. Richard Paetzel, Emeritus Professor

We invite everyone, including current and former students, faculty, staff, trustees and supporters from all eras of this institution to join us for a service of thanksgiving, reflection and prayer. The rich history of CTI, NABC, NABDS/EBS, Taylor University College, Taylor Seminary and the E P Wahl Centre will be celebrated with gladness. We hope you can join us for this first Chapel Service of the Winter Semester 2015.

Jan. 22 (Th) 
Matt Garvin
Graduating Student, Pastor of Community Engagement and Mission, St. Albert Alliance Church 

Jan. 27 (Tu)
Community Chapel

Epiphany Theme

Jan. 29 (Th)
Community Chapel

Epiphany Theme

Feb. 3 (Tu)
Amica Beulshausen

Graduating Student

Feb. 5 (Th)
Jeremy Keay, Pam Reichenbach, Dustin Strauss

Panel on Student/Young Adult Ministries and Spiritual Formation

Feb. 10 (Tu)
Megan Jackins

Graduating Student

Feb. 12 (Th)
Placement Chapel – Baptist Leaders from NAB, CBWC, BGC and Fellowship Baptists

Feb. 17 (Tu)
Parry Stelter, Alumni in Action

Word of Hope Ministries – Focus on Aboriginal peoples

Feb. 19 (Th)
Beginning of Lent – Rev. Mark Elvin (Urban Sanctuary)

A Contemplative Chapel

Feb. 24 (Tu)
Rev. Danielle Strickland

Stop the Traffik, Salvation Army

Feb. 26 (Th)
Father Maurice Restivo, Basilian Priest

Christian Peacemaking Teams, Palestine