Often times at Christian universities, chapel is seen as a "have to." At Judson University, it's a "want to." The whole campus community gathers on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 10 to 10:45 a.m. to worship and learn together. Typical chapel content ranges from scriptural exegesis to issue-oriented presentations to concerts by guest artists to student-led praise and worship services - all done so that the name of Jesus would be magnified.
JU Chapel on Social Media
Chapel is awesome and you don't need to take our word for it. Check out highlight chapels on the Judson Chapel YouTube channel or the Judson Chapel podcast via iTunes and follow the latest chapel buzz on Twitter using hashtag #juchapel.
February Chapel Schedule (2014)
Friday, January 31 – SEW, Dr. David Rendall.
Monday, February 3 – Chris Lash, “Purpose according to the gospel”
Wednesday, February 5 – Mark Jobe, Lead Pastor of New Life Community Church in Chicago
Friday, February 7 – International chapel
Monday, February 10 – Mark Bergin, lead pastor of The Painted Door in Chicago, IL.
Wednesday, February 12 -- African American history chapel, Bob Kendrick, President of the Negro League Baseball Museum
Friday, February 14 -- Ian Simkins, “Sex/dating according to the gospel”
Monday, February 17 – PREVIEW DAY, Michael Yankoski
Author of the book Under the Overpass, speaker.
Wednesday, February 19 – International Justice Mission chapel, contemplative
Friday, February 21 – Justice chapel; Emily Gray, Executive Director of World Relief Dupage County/Aurora.
Monday, February 24 – NO CHAPEL
Wednesday, February 26 – Hispanic Chapel, Anthony Acevedo (testimony)
Here is a link to his testimony: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8JAOfMv_Lhk
Friday, February 28 – BASIC chapel: Chris Britton (Christian friendliness)