Centered in Christ, the Ministry of the Chapel of the Resurrection proclaims God’s love; serves students, faculty, staff, and the wider community; and welcomes all. Learn more about the University’s Lutheran character.
Building Hours: During the academic year, the building is open to the public 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Students, faculty, and staff can use their Valpo ID at the entrance opposite the Harre Union until 11 p.m.
Valpo students, take a spirituality inventory here.
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Offices for Chapel staff are found in the Kathleen and Mark Helge Center, adjacent to the Chapel. To reserve space for either the Chapel or Helge Center, contact Deb Garbukas, 219.465.7956.
This Sunday, Feb. 18, (The First Sunday in Lent), at 10 a.m. Rev. Dr. Walter Wangerin Jr., Senior Research Professor of English, preaches; University Pastor Rev. Dr. Charlene M. Rachuy Cox presides.
Check out our schedule of upcoming Sundays
Audio versions of sermons, homilies, and reflections from the school year can be found on our Sermons page. Sermons are not recorded during the academic break.
When classes are in session during the regular school year, in addition to our Sunday services …
Morning Prayer is our most frequent service. It’s 10 to 10:20 a.m., Monday through Friday when classes are in session.
Learn more about our eight worship services a week, offered when classes are in session.
For those interested in scheduling a wedding at the Chapel, please call or email about available openings. A copy of the complete guidelines for Chapel weddings is now available online. Call Deb Garbukas at 219.465.7956 or email her.
We regret that we are not able to book weddings more than one calendar year in advance. However, you may fill out an application and get onto our waiting list. You may also download the application form and read important tips about the sound system and use of the Chapel.
For those interested in being baptized or having their children baptized at the Chapel, the policy and application form can now also be found here.