Through our daily noontime worship, Union Chapel strives to be welcoming to our ecumenical and interfaith community. Whether we are practicing Episcopal liturgy, Buddhist meditation, Unitarian water communion, or exploring movement and song as spiritual expression, the goal is to bring leaders and participants closer to their center and the Divine.
We seek to challenge and charge our community to bring God’s love out into the world, and also to bring hope, to encourage each other and give ourselves strength for the journey.
Whenever we are able, we will be together in James Chapel at Union, 12:00-12:30 Monday to Thursday during the academic year. Until then and after, you can find us on Facebook live at these same times.
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The very design of James Memorial Chapel embodies Union’s commitment to expressive flexibility—without fixed pews or a permanent pulpit, the space is fundamentally adaptable. Supported by the Director of Worship and student Chapel Ministers, James Chapel is the heart of Union worship and the physical manifestation of Union’s commitment to freedom of—and through—faith.