Sunday August 31, 7:00 pm
Manning Memorial Chapel
Chaplaincy at Acadia University recognizes the importance of spiritual growth and maturity within the lives of students, staff, and faculty, as well as all who may join us from the broader community.
During each term there are services held each weekday. The morning services are held from 11:30am until 11:50am. On Wednesday evening at 6:30pm there is an informal mid-week service followed by a Bible Study and topical discussion time. Also during each term, there is a University Service held every Sunday night at 7:00pm. These services are Christian, which reflect both the heritage and ongoing Christian practice in the chapel. The services are ecumenical in nature.
In addition to the Christian services which take place in the chapel, the space welcomes the participation of different faith groups. The spirit of diversity in the midst of our community is vibrant within the chapel community. Many events, both scared and secular take place within the chapel during each school year.
For those who seek counseling, the chaplain is available for specific appointments or may be reached via telephone, email or by dropping by one of the chapel offices. The offices are located in the Manning Memorial Chapel or in the Old Students’ Union Building.
Contact the Chaplain
Download Weekly Bulletins HERE
Download Chapel Talks presented by the Chapel Assistants HERE
Interested in contributing musically to the chapel?
John Scott, Chapel Organist, would be happy to hear from you. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Want to share your faith with the university community?
Would you like to offer a short talk or message at chapel, or help out with any of our weekly events?
Do you have ideas for study or discussion? Or perhaps you just want to be part of a study group. In either case, check out what we are offering this term, and if you don't see what you are interested in contact the Chaplain. There very well might be others interested in the same thing.