Fuller Chapel

THIS WEEK IN CHAPEL

Join us for a brief  contemplative service on July 18th in Payton 101 or online at 10am (PDT). In this service, we will remove the sense of sight to focus on our breath, the sounds around us, and to help us hear from God in moments of silence. We hope this service will help you pause in your busy day and actively rest in the presence of God and community.

Our online community will find us on Facebook Live and YouTube Live.

WORSHIP WITH CHAPEL LIVE

For the best 360 viewing experience, use Firefox or Chrome browsers on desktops and laptops and the official YouTube app on mobile devices.

UPCOMING CHAPELS

7/11/18

Worship Without Borders

Service begins at noon

7/18/18

Summer Chapel

Hearing

7/25/18

Summer Chapel

Seeing

8/1/18

Summer Chapel

De-centering

8/8/18

Summer Chapel

Re-Centering


All of our Summer chapels this year will focus on experimenting with new ways to incorporate our online community into the worship space. Want to join us on the journey? Like and follow Fuller Chapel on Facebook for updates.

If you've been joining us online, we would love to hear from you! Send feedback and ideas to our Facebook inbox or chapel@fuller.edu.


FULLER CHAPEL

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.