Chapel


DSC_6147The pursuit of Christian growth takes various forms around campus, but weekly Chapel services bring the entire community together with a common purpose.

Guest speakers from all walks of life share relevant messages that challenge students to use find their calling and pursue it wholeheartedly. Student-led and guest musical groups provide worship outlets, including award winning original music.

With vibrant musical worship, campus announcements and various special guests throughout each year, Chapel is vital to the Evangel culture.

So many opportunities have been presented to me by attending Chapels. I have had the privilege of listening to the vision of various pastors, the passion of missionaries and tips on how I can put my faith in Christ into action. With powerful worship at the beginning of each service, it is amazing to enter into the Lord’s presence and worship Him for who He is and all He has done. If you choose to engage fully in Chapel, you will learn and be blessed beyond what you could imagine.

— Laura Prosapio, senior Psychology major

Check out some of the highlights from recent Chapels at Evangel below.


Authors, Pastors and Leaders

Many leading writers, teachers and pastors pay Evangel a visit to give a challenging word to the students, faculty and staff. Visitors combine with faculty members, Pastor John Plake and even some students to offer a balanced scheduled. Here’s just a sample:

  • Bill and Gloria Gaither — music legends
  • Wayne Simien — college basketball and NBA star
  • David Kinnaman — Author: UNchristian & You Lost Me
  • Hal and Dave Donaldson — Convoy of Hope co-founders

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Charlie Getty’s two passions: football and students

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Three reasons Anthony Moore (’03) is a bad pastor

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A chaplain’s move for God and Country

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Julie Higgins (’85) is starting something new (again)

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Becca Lashway (’18): When coming home feels foreign

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