We meet as a community of faith and learning each Tuesday during the semester to worship God in Andrew Gerow Hodges Chapel. Each semester we focus our chapel services on a specific theme. This semester's theme is "The Word of the Lord Endures Forever."
The Word of God has always driven what we do at Beeson Divinity School and, though we have a new dean now, it always will. Although institutions change and deans come and go, the Word of the Lord remains forever and continues to do what it says it does in our world, our lives, our ministries, and our school. Our chapel services this term will shine a light on what the Bible says the Word is and does by the Spirit in our midst.
The spring term will begin with the formal installation service of Dean Douglas Sweeney followed by the chapel series on the Word of the Lord.
All services take place at 11 a.m. in Andrew Gerow Hodges Chapel, and all are warmly welcomed to join us each week.
Campus events and visits through the end of the spring semester are either postponed or canceled. The Office of Events Management will contact event hosts with additional details.
Enoch Wan will begin this year's World Christianity Week by preaching in Beeson Divinity School's Hodges Chapel during community worship.
Mark DeVine will preach a sermon on Isaiah 55:1-11 for Beeson Divinity School's chapel service.
The student winner of the James Earl Massey Preaching Award will preach a sermon for Beeson Divinity School's chapel service.