Sunday morning services
While we are deeply committed to worshiping together as a community, we also believe it is important for students to worship and serve within the body of Christ outside of Taylor University. In keeping with this philosophy, we encourage our students to be a part of the body of Christ by celebrating with one of the more than 60 churches in the surrounding area on Sundays.
Being part of a local church body provides an opportunity for students to not only benefit from the richness of our local congregations but also to serve those congregations in a variety of roles. Serving in this way blesses those who are receiving and deepens the faith of those who are giving.
You can view a listing of local churches with times of worship and contact information.
Sunday Night Community
A student-led evening service meets on campus for a time of singing, prayer and testimonies. Sunday Night Community is held most Sunday evenings from 8-9 p.m. and is led by chapel coordinators.
Here’s what a few students have said about how this time of worship has encouraged them in their walk with Christ:
“Usually, it can be difficult to transition from Sunday to Monday. Sunday Night Community is an immensely refreshing way to end your weekend with worship and dedicating the rest of the week to Jesus.” -David Lew, ’13
“I attend Sunday Night Community because it is a great time of worship. A large portion of the night is committed to worshipping God, and the speakers have valuable things to say. Overall, Sunday Night Community is a nice way to end the day each Sunday before heading into the next school week.” -Mark Wynsma, ’13