Regent University is committed to increasing the spiritual vitality of our campus and its community members. We have defined spiritual vitality as the demonstration of living as followers of Jesus Christ, individually and in community through obedience to the Scriptures, as the Holy Spirit empowers and transforms us to increasingly bear fruit that glorifies the Father.
Chapel is an important element of our spiritual vitality. Although chapel is not a replacement for church, it allows the campus community to come together and experience what various Christian denominations value and practice as Christ-followers, and to worship and hear from the Lord together. These shared experiences allow us to engage in meaningful dialogue and challenge us to grow in our spiritual discipline.
Each semester, certain University Chapel services are selected as "Community Milestones," and we strongly encourage all campus community members to make attendance at these services a priority. Milestones may mark special occasions, such as Convocation or Founder’s Chapel, or they may involve speakers or topics that the University has identified as having distinct significance in strengthening the spiritual vitality of our campus.
When are the Community Milestones?
The following chapel services are designated as Milestones for fall 2013.