Chapel of the Apostles
The worship of God is the primary focus for life at Sewanee. The deep rhythm of daily Morning and Evening Prayer and the life of God flowing out of the Eucharist give shape and purpose to the community. The seminary’s Chapel of the Apostles provides the daily setting for services and a transcendent space for forming clergy.
All services take place when school is in session.
12 Noon—Monday, Tuesday, and Friday
11 a.m.—Wednesday (Community)
5:45 p.m.—Thursday (Family)
8:05 a.m.—Monday through Friday
5:10 p.m.—Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday
A calendar of the saints is available here.
From Monday to Friday, the School of Theology offers daily the Anglican liturgical round, Morning Prayer, the Eucharist, and Evening Prayer. All members of the community are encouraged to participate in all services as a matter of personal formation and discipline and as a means of support for other members of the community. Students fill particular roles as officiants in the Daily Office, readers, servers, and preachers at Morning Prayer, and participate in the planning of the Thursday Eucharist. The customary usage for the Chapel of the Apostles has details about each service.
Wedding Guide for the Chapel of the Apostles
The University receives many requests each year from people who want to be married in its chapels. This Wedding Guideline will help you plan this special day. Weddings in the Chapel of the Apostles must conform to the laws of the state, the canons of The Episcopal Church, and the policies of the University of the South. In addition, there are policies specific to the Chapel. The policies contained herein are firm. Please read them carefully as you consider your wedding and begin making plans in order to avoid any disappointments or confusion later. You may view the chapel fees here.
University Wedding Policy
The complete list of criteria, including eligibility, for a wedding in any of the University's chapels, may be found here.