Chapel

Built during the early 1940s, the chapel is home to student-led Chapel services, as well as special events including Music, Gettysburg! concerts.

The Church of the Abiding Presence, the ULS Gettysburg chapel, was built during the early 1940s. Ground was broken on August 1, 1940 and the dedication service was May 13, 1942.

This was the first building on this campus to be erected facing west, rather than east like all other buildings on campus at that time. This was done largely because the government road (built in 1895) through campus was bringing everybody to the Seminary’s back doors!

Today, the chapel is home to student-led Chapel services, as well as special events including Music, Gettysburg! concerts.

Gettysburg Campus Chapel Schedule

  • Worship services are held at 11:45am, Tuesday – Friday, when classes are in session. Holy Communion is celebrated on Wednesdays.
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