All are welcome to attend Community Worship services in Bigelow Chapel. Led twice a week by students, faculty, staff and guests, these half-hour weekday services acknowledge the diversity of liturgical traditions represented at United. One day might be a celebration of the Buddhist tradition or a Native American drumming service; another might be a creative Day of the Dead celebration or a stirring faculty induction address.
Tuesdays and Thursdays*
11:35 AM-12:05 PM
|“Come to the Banquet” – Worship and celebration of the life and ministry of Archbishop Oscar Romero.
|March 24, 2015, is the 35th anniversary of the death of Archbishop Óscar Romero of El Salvador. Archbishop Romero was assassinated while presiding over mass because of his advocacy and outspokenness on behalf of the people of El Salvador. He was declared a martyr in February of this year by Pope Francis. Chaplain John Lee presiding.|
|Student-led Chapel Service
|Katie Matson-Daley, Sarah Kronkvist, and Mamitiana Rasoamanalimbahoaka.|
|Mar 31 & Apr 2||The seminary is closed for the Easter break.|