THIS WEEK IN CHAPEL
On May 23rd at 10am (PST), we will be standing in solidarity with those in our community who live with invisible disabilities and mental illnesses. For this service, we have curated a selection of popular music and scripture that helps give voice to the experience of those with invisible disabilities and mental illnesses in ways that is often difficult to do in a traditional worship service. We will lament together, be encouraged to bear each other's burdens, and once again put our hope in God's mercy.
Dedication of a New Cross
Invisible Disability Chapel
Preaching Live from Brazil
As a weekly time of worship, Fuller Chapel contributes to the spiritual formation of the Fuller community. It is a time that students, staff, administrators and faculty can collectively set apart to give God thanks and praise, cultivate the recognition of God’s sovereignty and initiative in our lives, observe significant days and seasons in the church year and in the life of Fuller, and in so doing place our harried schedules within the perspective of Christ’s death and resurrection—the larger purpose that informs our work as a seminary.
We seek to reflect the wealth of cultures, ethnicities, traditions, and denominations present at Fuller out of the conviction that to do so is to more fully live into our calling to be the Body of Christ in the world. By making use of a variety of worship patterns, musical styles, drama, and visual art, we seek to engage all our senses as we worship God--Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.