We encourage Seminary students to find a local congregation with which to worship and become involved. You can check out a variety of local Evangelical Covenant churches, or worship in a different tradition.
During the week, there are several opportunities to participate in worship experiences on campus, which include elements of many traditions and often combine the creative, traditional, contemporary, and liturgical. Ecumenical students, faculty, and staff contribute to the rich mix, featuring hymns, worship bands, the Seminary Gospel Choir, and more.
Students play an important part in leading services, and additional student small group, Bible study, and prayer meetings further enrich our spiritual life in community.
Chapel services at North Park Theological Seminary provide a central time of worship that allows the Seminary community to be formed by the Word of God and the sacraments. Services are planned by the Chapel Committee, and are led by a variety of students, faculty, pastors, and staff. Missionaries, evangelists, pastors, or scholars may preach or lead worship.
Chapel services follow a thematic pattern of “gathering, proclaiming, and communing,” and are held at 9:30 am each Monday and Thursday of the academic year in Isaacson Chapel.
Isaacson Chapel’s prayer room is open daily for private or group prayer and meditation. It is also used for spiritual direction throughout the week.
Join the North Park campus body in an hour of singing and worshiping together. This week-ending evening service is a time for Seminary and University community members to gather for prayer and songs.
Vespers services are held Thursdays at 9:00 pm in Isaacson Chapel.
University and Seminary students, faculty, and staff are invited once a week to attend these weekly campus worship services that include music, prayer, and teaching. The campus pastor, members of the North Park community, and speakers from across the country and around the world engage the truth of Scripture and challenge you to live it out in practical ways. A variety of worship styles drawn from various traditions make each service unique.
Chapel services are held Wednesdays at 10:30 am in Anderson Chapel.
Collegelife is a communal evening worship experience designed to help the North Park community learn and live out what it means to follow Christ. Through the arts, practical teachings, and the opportunity to respond, these services seek to bring a Christian perspective to the real-life issues students face.
Collegelife services are held Sundays at 8:00 pm in Anderson Chapel.