Community worship takes place every Wednesday at 1:00 PM in Wilson Chapel when classes are in session. Students, faculty, and staff gather for an ecumenical service. Services are led primarily by our faculty members with help from students, staff, and community partners. Holy communion is served from an open table at least once a month.
Catholic liturgy is celebrated each day at 12:10 PM in the School of Theology and Ministry Chapel. On Thursdays, liturgy is celebrated at 12:15 PM in St. Ignatius Church.
The weekly service of worship takes place on Wednesdays in Marsh Chapel from 11:10 AM to 12:00 PM. While rooted in the United Methodist tradition, the character of our worship is global and ecumenical, drawing upon the diverse liturgical traditions and theological perspectives of our community.
The Episcopal Divinity School community joins together to worship throughout the week. These services are open to the public and are held in St. John’s Memorial Chapel. All are welcome.
Monday-Friday, Morning Prayer, 8:30-9:00 AM.
Monday, Anglican/Episcopal Eucharist, 12:15-1:15 PM.
Wednesday/Friday, Midday Worship, 12:15-12:45 PM.
Thursday, Community Worship exploring various faith traditions 12:15-1:15 PM
Chapel hour takes place on Wednesdays at 11:10 AM in Kaiser Chapel. During this time the entire Seminary community can gather for a time of formal worship. Special emphasis weeks provide concentrated attention to spiritual growth, missions, and urban ministry. Formal convocations and special lecture series are held periodically.
Explore Gordon Conwell's chapel website for specific times and to view featured videos HERE.
Throughout the academic year, there are numerous opportunities for prayer, meditation, and worship at HDS—often several opportunities in a day.
Tuesday/Thursday, Sitting Meditation, 12:00-12:30 PM
Wednesday, Noon Service (Various Faith Traditions), 12:10-12:50 PM, Andover Chapel
Thursday, Ecumenical Eucharist, 8:30 AM
Find out about faith specific services HERE.
Hebrew College offers daily morning services at 8:00 AM. Morning service generally meets in the Beit Midrash but sometimes varies. Please, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to double check the location if you are interested in attending.
Monday through Friday, Orthos begins at 7:55 AM. Vespers are held daily at 5:00 PM. Sunday morning, Orthos begins at 8:30 AM. and is followed by Divine Liturgy. Major feasts falling on weekdays are usually commemorated with Orthos beginning at 6:30 AM. followed by Divine Liturgy.