Cedarville president Dr. White speaks in chapel

Chapel

Chapel has long been considered the heartbeat of Cedarville’s campus. Every weekday at 10 a.m., students, faculty, and staff come together for a time of dynamic worship and powerful preaching. Lives are transformed as we spur one another toward Christ. It’s no wonder chapel is consistently rated as students’ favorite part of their Cedarville experience.

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Popular Chapels

Mental Health Panel Discussion — 9/1/2020

Today's chapel is a panel discussion on Mental Health led by Dr. Luke Tse, Chair and Professor of Psychology at Cedarville University.

Advance the Gospel - Philippians 1:12-18a — 8/31/2020

Dr. Thomas White teaches from Philippians 1:12-18a that the Gospel of Jesus Christ overcomes difficult circumstances, devious motives, serious challenges, and selfish ambition. Dr. White serves as President of Cedarville University.

Four Responses to the Problem of Abuse — 9/9/2020

Today's speaker is Chris Moles, a Certified Biblical Counselor and Cedarville University alumnus. Rev. Moles turns the light onto the problem of abuse in our society. He shares that we must serve, value, and empower others, and accept and embrace accountability.

To Live is Christ - Philippians 1:18b-26 — 9/14/2020

Dr. Thomas White reminds us from Philippians 1:18b-26 that we are to honor Christ in life and in death. Dr. White serves as President of Cedarville University.

Recent Chapels

SGA Chapel - 9/25/2020 — 9/25/2020

Student Government Association Chaplain, Cam Sardano, continues his "Walk in Christ" series, bringing a message from Colossians 1:15-23. He invites us to behold Jesus Christ, the Supreme Son, and to build our lives upon Him.

Needy and Needed — 9/24/2020

Today's speaker is Dr. Jeremy Kimble, Director of the Center for Biblical Integration at Cedarville University. Dr. Kimble uses several passages in 2 Corinthians to teach that God shows His power through our weakness.

Worship Chapel - 9/23/2020 — 9/23/2020

Today's Worship Chapel is led by the Student Government Association Band, and reminds us of the truth of the Gospel found in God's Word.

Becoming the Pro-Life Generation: Putting to Death Child Sacrifice, Abortion, and Sexual Immorality — 9/22/2020

Today's speaker is Dr. Michael Sherr, Chair and Professor of Social Work at Cedarville University. Using Colossians 3:1-5, Dr. Sherr implores us to go to God's Word for guidance in all areas of life, and to put to death all forms of sexual immorality, sin, and idolatry.

President White brings a message

Powerful Preaching

Daily chapel demonstrates Cedarville’s commitment to the study and practice of the Word of God. World-renowned guest speakers, along with our President and faculty members, will inspire you to follow Jesus with excellence.

The worship team leads the congregation

Dynamic Worship

Chapel worship is dynamic, encouraging, and life-changing. Imagine joining more than 3,000 voices singing praise to the Lord together. It is a powerful, unforgettable experience.

Students laugh and discuss walking from chapel

Meaningful Community

Cedarville is one of the few universities that holds a daily chapel, and that common experience creates a unique sense of community among students, faculty, and staff on campus.

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Chapel Schedule

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A guest speaker brings a message

Chapel Live Stream

Join the University family via our chapel livestream or on Facebook Live daily at 10 AM Eastern.

A group of students discusses on stage

Chapel Archive

Visit our chapel archive to view or listen to past chapel programs. The most recent chapel service is available for free online listening starting around 11 a.m. Monday through Friday.

Note: While we strive to make the full service available via streaming, we reserve the right to remove parts of the recording that do not fall within our copyright license.

ID: In Christ

Watch for a preview of Dr. Thomas White's sermon series for 2018–19. We'll be challenged each week to find our true identity "in Christ."

How Do Chapel and the Bible Minor Contribute to Spiritual Growth?

Daily chapel and Bible minor courses will challenge you to live out your faith and make Scripture central to every part of your life.