Augsburg College is truly unique in being one of the few liberal arts schools in America that offers chapel every weekday. During these 20 minutes you will find a great variety of speakers and music. We encourage you to honor the moments carved out for you in the schedule that you might experience spiritual growth. All are welcome! The Morning Chapel schedule is below. This schedule is also available as a Campus Ministry Google calendar.
Augsburg Chapel is:
- A worship time where we focus on the Triune God – Creator, Redeemer, Sustainer
- A time for daily sabbath renewal…
- To rejoice in song
- To share in the communal pilgrimage of faith
- To be empowered in our call to be the neighbor, serving in love
- To pause for the day; to breath anew
- To practice radical hospitality
- To be challenged in our faith and values, to ask questions
- To contemplate the Word of God
- To pray corporately for our community & for individuals
- To be inspired by the testimony of others
Morning Chapel SCHEDULE
Join us Monday through Friday, while classes are in session, for morning chapel in Hoversten Chapel, Foss Center.
MWF: 10:40-11am, TTh: 11:30-11:50am.
Monday, August 29, 10:30am: Opening Convocation – No Daily Chapel
Opening Chapel Series August 30 – September 14, “This is our cry, This is our Prayer, Peace in the World.” We will explore themes of peace and reconciliation in our world.
Tuesday, August 30, 11:30am: Pastor Sonja Hagander, College Pastor and Director of Ministries, preaching.
Wednesday, August 31, 10:40am: Dr. Paul C. Pribbenow, President of Augsburg College, preaching.
Thursday, September 1, 11:30am: Pastor Mike Matson, Chaplain to Student Athletes, preaching.
Friday, September 2, 10:40am: Symbolism of the Peace Crane. Come for worship, stay for refreshments!
Wednesday Night Communion SCHEDULE
Join us on Wednesday evenings, while classes are in session, for worship with Holy Communion at 9:30pm in Hoversten Chapel, Foss Center.
Wednesday, August 31, 7:30pm: Campus Ministry Block Party in Murphy Square Park. Come for the fun, food, a free t-shirt, to meet your future friends, and hear about everything in store for the coming year! Then, stay for Evening Communion…
Wednesday, August 31, 9:30pm: “This is our cry, This is our Prayer, Peace in the World.” We will explore themes of peace and reconciliation in our world and the symbolism of the peace crane.