Chapel Worship - Wednesdays
Westminster College holds chapel every Wednesday at 7:45 a.m. in Wallace Memorial Chapel. Students, faculty, administration, staff and community are invited to share in this time of scripture readings, prayer and reflection led by Rev. Jim Mohr, College Chaplain. Come and join us to get centered in the middle of the week.
Open Door - Prayer and Reflections
Wallace Memorial Chapel is open daily from 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM and 11:40 AM to 12:10 PM for personal quiet time of reflection, meditation and personal prayer.
The Interfaith Prayer Room located in the Room 265 in the McKelvey Campus Center is also open daily, all day and evening for those seeking a quiet place for reflection, prayer and mediation. There are various materials available in the room to assist in your quiet time with various religious materials available for your use.
Open Door Worship - Sunday Night Vespers
Sunday evenings at 6:30 PM Westminster students and members of the community gather for an hour long non-denominational worship service. These services include prayers, contemporary and traditional songs, music by one of the college choirs (Concert, Men's, Women's, Chamber Ensemble) or by individual students or student ensembles, and a message by Rev. Jim Mohr, College Chaplain or invited guests. An opportunity for graduating seniors is provided during the worship service for them to share their faith journey and testimony. Holy Communion is served once a month in Vespers. The weekly schedule of speakers can be found by going to the Chapel and Vesper Speakers. A special Christmas Vespers service is held in Orr Auditorium the Sunday evening prior to the Fall Semester Final Exams. There are no services while Westminster College is not in session.
Saturday Night Roman Catholic Mass
Saturday evenings at 7:00 PM Westminster students and members of the community gather for Catholic Mass in Wallace Memorial Chapel. In addition we provide opportunities for worship on Holy Days of Obligation at 5:00 PM in the Chapel. Students are often called upon to assist with Mass. There are no services while Westminster College is not in session. Fr. Anthony Sciarappa of St. Camillus Church parish in New Castle, PA is the campus priest.