This semester's chapel theme is Psalms for the Journey.
Rev. Tom Haugen, as well as numerous guest speakers, will present on this topic throughout the semester at a variety of campus gatherings. As we dive into the Psalms together, we pray that the Gordon community—students, faculty and staff alike—will join as one with the common vision of giving God the honor and glory He deserves.
The chapel program at Gordon College allows the campus community to gather twice a week to learn together about the meaning, practice, and relevance of the Christian faith to the challenges of the contemporary world. Through worship, biblical teaching, and theological reflection, the chapel program seeks to equip students with a fuller understanding of the truth of the gospel and elemental doctrines of the Christian faith.
Bil Mooney-McCoy, the Director of Christian Life and Worship, will preach in Chapel.Click to read more
Bil Mooney-McCoy, the Director of Christian Life and Worship, will preach in Chapel.Click to close
Rev. Stephan Bauman, President/CEO of World Relief, will preach in chapel.Click to read more
Stephan Bauman is the President/CEO of World Relief. Stephan is a Certified Public Accountant, an ordained minister, and he holds a master's degree in International Development from Johns Hopkins University, a master's degree in Intercultural Studies from Wheaton College and a bachelor's degree in Business from the University of Wisconsin. Stephan lives in Maryland with his wife Belinda and their two sons Caleb and Joshua.Click to close
Rev. Tom Haugen, Chaplain, will preach at chapel on Gordon Experience Day.Click to read more
Rev. Tom Haugen, Chaplain, will preach at chapel on Gordon Experience Day.Click to close
Michael Curtis, the Director of Residence Life, will preach in Chapel.Click to read more
Michael Curtis, the Director of Residence Life, will preach in Chapel.Click to close
Provost Janel Curry will preach in chapel.Click to read more
Provost Janel Curry will preach in chapel.Click to close
Rev. Bill Shaw, Director of the 174 Trust in Northern Ireland, will preach in chapel.Click to read more
Bill Shaw is the director of the 174 Trust, a non-denominational community based organization in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The Trust promotes reconciliation in a disadvantaged community still suffering from sectarian violence. As a Presbyterian minister in a Catholic area, he works with the local community where tensions are still high between Catholic and Protestants. In 2012, he was named Officer of the Order of the British Empire for "services to the community of North Belfast."Click to close