Sunday Worship (Protestant)
4 p.m., A. F. Siebert Chapel; Upper Chapel
Pastor Kara leads this worship service every Sunday when classes are in session with the support of student musicians and leaders. Every week there is a Question of the Week for everyone to talk about in a small group. Scripture is read, Communion is served. Community is formed. All are welcome.
7:30 p.m., A. F. Siebert Chapel
Our Roman Catholic Lay Minister works with the Roman Catholic student staff to have a Priest here each week to say Mass. Students are involved in reading Scripture and serving Communion. Contact our Catholic Lay Minister, Edith Padgett at email@example.com or by calling 262-496-6203. See Catholic Mass Schedule
11:40 a.m-noon A. F. Siebert Chapel
Chapel is a time to grow in faith. Faith growth comes in many different ways. We have a rotation of four different types of Tuesday chapels.
Dine and Discuss
NEW for 17-18 Come and have lunch and get a chance to discuss scripture, faith practices, Christian celebrations and other important topics connected to faith and life. Dine and Discuss is held in Ehrler Hospitality Center in the northwest corner of the A.F. Seibert Chapel.
Faith Active in Love is what Active Chapel is all about. We work with service student groups on campus to help raise awareness for important social justice issues. We also get active, making plyrn for the of making mats for the homeless, or cutting fabric for Days for Girls.
Sing a hymn, hear a reflection from a student, faculty or staff person, and pray together. It is a wonderful way to re-center yourself in God. Communion is served after this service for all who can stay.
NEW for 17-18 This an opportunity to hear from the diversity of faith communities on campus and to lift up the values we share in common: Compassion, Love, Service, and Community to name just a few.
8 p.m., Upper Chapel of A.F. Siebert Chapel
Open Table is student-led and is a place where all are welcome on their journey of faith. Come for fellowship, to hear stories from your fellow students, to have time for small group discussions and more. Come be a part of the adventure.
11:30 a.m.-12:20 p.m., Ehrler Chapel
Every Thursday students, faculty and staff are invited to lunch and to learn about different faith traditions, specific traditions and rituals that are important to faith and non-faith communities; to be in conversation with each other about matters of ultimate concern and to find our shared values.
Ongoing Service Days
Throughout the school year, the Center for Faith and Spirituality sponsors service opportunities in our region. Service options could include an afternoon trip to Feed My Starving Children in Libertyville, Illinois or a service experience at nonprofits in the Racine/Kenosha area.