Chapel at Simpson University is geared to intentionally develop the life of our community through meaningful worship, inspirational messages, and opportunities to share our spiritual journeys. It is a central part of our life together. Chapel normally convenes twice a week (Wednesday and Friday from 10:20 -11:20 a.m.) providing opportunity for community worship. Because of the important contribution that chapel makes to each student’s education and spiritual formation, full-time students are required to attend 66 percent of the chapel services offered each semester.
Chapel is a valued part of a student’s educational experience at Simpson University. More than a week-day version of church, it is an important place for information and transformation associated with living out the Christian life. It is where “our hearts and minds encounter God.” This is why Simpson University has an attendance requirement for full-time students (66% of chapels) and why chapel attendance alternatives are granted for extreme cases only. Click the link below to see the requirements for alternative chapel. All alternative chaple requests need to be submitted by January 31.
An RSS or podcast feed allows people to access up-to-date information quickly and easily. Our chapelcast feed gives users the ability to listen to our most current Chapel podcasts which contain audio clips of our twice weekly chapel messages without having to dig for them. People can subscribe to a RSS or podcast feed to receive automatic updates as soon as information is uploaded to the feed. An RSS reader or podcast software will be required to view or listen to our chapelcast feed.
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