Weekly chapel services are held most Wednesdays at Noon in the College Chapel.
Worship services are open and ecumenical gatherings in the Christian tradition. People from all denominations are welcome. Chapel services are typically about 45 minutes long. They include contemporary and traditional music (led by a student “Praise Team”), prayer, Scripture reading and a short message or homily. Faculty and staff members also attend. Each semester the students of the Religious Life Council select a theme for Wednesday Chapel and post the schedule.
Chaplain Chris Momany offers Holy Communion several times throughout the year, usually during special evening services. Catholic Mass is celebrated on campus monthly.
The Valade Hall Meditation Chapel is located across from the Chaplain’s Office and is open each day from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. This more intimate worship space is often used for Communion/Mass and is available for personal or small-group times of prayer.
Because weekly Chapel services take place on Wednesdays, students are free and encouraged to participate in local church ministries on the weekends. Several Adrian College students lead worship in local churches, teach church school, guide youth ministries, and contribute in other ways.
Chaplain Chris Momany recently had a piece published by The United Methodist Church. Please read his insightful article, “Why United Methodist-related schools matter” here.