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

State of the University Address — 10/2/2020

In our annual State of the University address, Dr. Thomas White recounts many ways that the Lord has blessed Cedarville University.

Stop Pursuing Greatness — 10/1/2020

Today's Alumni Week speaker is Asheritah Ciuciu, best-selling author and speaker. Mrs. Ciuciu encourages us from Jeremiah 45:5 to seek God's glory, rather than our own.

Gospel Perspectives on Race, Unity, and Biblical Justice — 10/5/2020

Today's panel discussion on racism is led by Sarah Gump, Digital and Social Media Manager, Dr. Kevin Jones, Dean of the School of Education, Dr. Mark Owens, Assistant Professor of New Testament Theology, and Dr. Josh Kira, Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Theology at Cedarville University.

Do You See? — 10/6/2020

Today's speaker is Kathleen Shanks, Executive Director for New Path Pregnancy Resource Centers. Mrs. Shanks shares the story of Jesus, Simon, and the woman with the alabaster box found in Luke 7:36-50 to encourage us to see clearly, love biblically, and act decisively about the sanctity of human life.

Recent Chapels

live@ten — 10/22/2020

Today's chapel is a Student Government Association chapel.

Worship Chapel - 10/21/2020 — 10/21/2020

Today's worship chapel is led by HeartSong of Cedarville University.

Fear — 10/20/2020

Today's speaker is Dr. Thomas Mach, Vice President for Academics and Professor of History at Cedarville University. Dr. Mach looks at the life of Elijah in 1 Kings 17-19, and encourages us to remember God's power and faithfulness when we are tempted to be afraid.

The Mind of Christ, The Example of Christ - Philippians 2:5-11 — 10/19/2020

Today's speaker is Dr. Thomas White, President of Cedarville University. Speaking from Philippians 2:5-11, Dr. White teaches that Jesus perfectly demonstrates humility and seeking to serve others.

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.