Join us for our Open Door. All are welcome. Various themes. Please see details below.
Meeting # 886 1517 4573
Sept. 23 — Opening the Door: Set Free to Be Queer • Anne Anderson, Steve Hoffard
Sept. 30 — Solidarity Gathering: TRC Orange Shirt Day • multifaith, no communion
Oct. 7 — Opening the Door: There is Enough — Thanksgiving and food security
Oct. 21 — Opening the Door: Moral Deliberation • John Milloy
Oct. 28 — Solidarity Gathering: Reformation and Racism • multifaith, no communion
Nov. 4 — Opening the Door: All Saints
Nov. 11 — Mary (Joy) Philip
Nov. 18 — Gyeong Kim, Mona Tokarek LaFosse and students
Nov. 25 — Solidarity Gathering: UN Elimination of Violence Against Women • multifaith, no communion
Dec. 2 — Florence Juma, Foyo Juma
Dec. 9 — Advent
At their best, university chapels are experimental spaces, places where people sift through narrative and poetry, music and ritual, history and practice to create from new combinations of old things something that is alive in the present. They offer a place to put the specialized knowledge of the university into conversation with larger human concerns; to consider the wisdom of religious thought and practice as part of our human inheritance; and to ask what we might learn through prayer, faith, and service. Stephanie Paulsell, "When the chapel is the most open place on campus" in Christian Century, October 4, 2019.