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.
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.
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.
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 Live Stream
Join the University family via our chapel livestream or on Facebook Live daily at 10 AM Eastern.
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.
This Week in Chapel
Dr. Jon Wood
9/18 10:00 AM
9/19 10:00 AM
9/20 10:00 AM
Dr. Billy Marsh
9/21 10:00 AM
Dr. Thomas White
9/22 10:00 AM
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Pursuit of Your Best in Leadership — 9/20/2017Todd Gongwer
Today's chapel speaker from The Gathering is speaker and author of "LEAD...for God's Sake" Todd Gongwer.
Over-Churched, Under-Reached — 9/19/2017Dean Inserra
Dean Inserra serves as Lead Pastor at CITYCHURCH in Tallahassee, Florida. The text for his message is Matthew 7:21-23.
Q & A Chapel - Resident Directors — 9/18/2017Jon Wood
Today's chapel will be a Q & A chapel.
SGA Chapel — 9/15/2017David Carter
Today's chapel was organized and led by members of Cedarville University's Student Government Association (SGA). The message was given by the SGA Chaplain, David Carter. The text for his message is Luke 11:1-13.