As an individual and as part of a community, there are many ways to grow spiritually at Taylor. These opportunities include chapel services, Sunday Worship, and special opportunities.
You don’t have to be on campus very long to realize our Christian faith is central to life at Taylor. As an interdenominational school, we have students from a wide variety of evangelical traditions—so you don’t have to be from a particular denomination to feel at home.
Taylor is all about growing the body of Christ through community and opportunities. The speakers that come to help us grow through these opportunities reflect the diversity of our students’ backgrounds. They include men and women from among our faculty and staff, as well as from across the United States and around the world. They speak on a variety of topics and share a host of experiences, all informed by God's Word.
Chapel is a great way to connect with fellow students as well as faculty and staff three days a week. Although chapel influences spiritual growth, we encourage students to find a church home while at Taylor. There are more than 60 churches in the surrounding area from nearly 20 different denominations that you can to choose from. Sunday Night Community is a weekly student-led evening service that provides a time of singing, testimonies and prayer. Taylor provides many other Special Opportunities for students to grow individually and as a community.
Coming together as a student body with staff and facility to worship our Savior is an integral part of the spiritual life at Taylor.