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Chapel Opportunities

What Biola Chapel Should You Go To?

We offer a variety of different chapels, please join us!

Sunday “Singspiration” (8 p.m., Chase Gymnasium): This Sunday evening chapel invites us into an honest conversation with God through an extended time of prayer and worship.

Monday “With” Chapels (9:30 a.m., Sutherland Auditorium): We look to the Scriptures to see how God is always present with us through his Spirit, calls us to be present with Him through his Son, and invites us to be in community with each other.

Tuesday Talbot Chapels (9:30 a.m., Calvary Chapel): Undergraduates are welcomed to the Talbot community to worship in music and hear the Word preached and taught by many of Biola’s own theology faculty as well as visiting lecturers.

Tuesday “Fives” Prayer (5 p.m., Calvary Chapel): Named simply for the time it meets, Fives calls Biolans to gather at dusk and be led in quiet prayer as we practice the spiritual rhythms of thanksgiving, confession, and scripture meditation, focusing on the psalms and songs of Scripture.

Wednesday “With” Chapels (9:30 a.m., Sutherland Auditorium): We look to the Scriptures to see how God is always present with us through his Spirit, calls us to be present with Him through his Son, and invites us to be in community with each other.

Wednesday “AfterDark” Chapels (9:10 p.m., Sutherland Auditorium): This chapel is led by students, for students, and covers a broad range of teachings from God’s Word.

Thursday “Fives” Prayer (5 p.m., Calvary Chapel): Named simply for the time it meets, Fives calls Biolans to gather at dusk and be led in quiet prayer as we practice the spiritual rhythms of thanksgiving, confession, and scripture meditation, focusing on the psalms and songs of Scripture.

The Biola Hour or Image of God chapels (9:30 a.m., Sutherland Auditorium): Revived from the old radio program, The Biola Hour is a live-podcast, interactive chapel designed to engage our community in Biblically grounded conversations on culturally relevant issues. Occasionally, we pause The Biola Hour to bring you community testimonies in our Image of God chapel.