Sunday evenings at 6:30 PM Westminster students and members of the campus community will gather virtually with limited in-person attendance for a non-denominational worship service in Wallace Memorial Chapel. These services include prayers, contemporary and traditional songs, music by individual students or ensembles, and a message by Rev. Jim Mohr, College Chaplain or invited guests. An opportunity for graduating seniors is provided during the worship service for them to share their faith journey and testimony. There are no services while Westminster College is not in session.
Saturday evenings at 7:00 PM Westminster students and members of the campus community will gather virtually with limited in-person attendance for Catholic Mass in Wallace Memorial Chapel. In addition we provide opportunities for worship on Holy Days of Obligation at 5:00 PM as announced. Students are often called upon to assist with Mass. There are no services while Westminster College is not in session. Fr. Ben Barr of Holy Spirit Parish of Lawrence County in New Castle, PA is the campus priest.
A new weekly Chapel Prayer Reflections will be available online each Wednesday. Each week Rev. Mohr, a Westminster student or staff member will share a short reflection and time of prayer via a video on our Faith at Westminster YouTube Channel. Prayer requests can be made by contacting Rev. Mohr at email@example.com. To sign up to receive links for the reflections email the Office of Faith and Spirituality at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Chapel is open daily from 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM and from 11:40 AM to 12:10 PM for a personal quiet time for reflection, meditation and personal prayer in the Wallace Memorial Chapel. Due to COVID-19 regulations, you must wear a mask while in the Chapel, and practice social distancing if others are also in the space.
The Interfaith Prayer Room is open daily during the open hours of the McKelvey Campus Center. This room is an inclusive and welcoming space for our students, staff and community, who are of diverse religious and non-religious backgrounds. This room is intended for prayer, contemplation, meditation, reflection, and practice, we ask users to follow the guidelines that are posted in the room. Due to COVID-19 regulations, you must wear a mask while in the Prayer Room, and no more than 3 persons in the space at one time.