Multi-cultural, corporate worship service including Scripture readings, prayers, worship music, and preaching incorporating various cultural and historic representations of the local and global church. This chapel brings in preachers and musicians as well as Baylor students, faculty and staff in the course of the service.
Designed around the intersection of academic study and Christian formation. These chapels allow students to learn spiritual practices and vocational stewardship with those who share their fields of study. Participants can select a chapel that connects to their major or department.
Resident Chaplains, in partnership with CL&L programs and staff, provide spiritual programming for residents. The type of program varies based on the residential community and the chaplain but is always designed to meet the spiritual needs of the unique, residential community.
Students participate in their chapel experience through leadership and programing of campus ministry organizations. Each experience is unique to the organization but is incorporated into the faith formative practices: discipleship, worship, and outreach of the ministry.
Chapels include Christian teachings and spiritually formative practices that are attentive to the unique characteristics of specific communities. Students drawn together by common interests and passions can find a chapel experience allowing them to participate with like-minded peers.
These chapel experiences are designed to infuse Christian teaching and practices into topics that are important to our community. Participants will get to engage with specific subjects and learn faith formative paths towards human flourishing. These experiences do not contain a worship-practice and might be a good fit for those who seeking a different kind of chapel due to their faith background or beliefs.
Students meet with a chaplain in Spiritual Life to determine the focus of and approach to the experience (e.g. reading a book and weekly discussions, writing a research paper, etc.).
Students gather as a community to pray and sing using historic and modern liturgies.
Fully virtual format that engages students twice a week with videos designed to engage their spiritual formation, including guest preachers, Biblical studies, and renditions of the parables of Jesus.