Chapel is where we intentionally pause from the busyness of life and seek to gather together in Christ's name. Chapel is held on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings in Brown, Monday and Wednesday at Liberty Station, and Wednesday nights in Brown.
Morning Chapels are unique gatherings where we worship in song, participate in open communication, engage in the prayer ministry at the altar. We come ready to be challenged to encounter God with all of our beings; body, mind, heart, and soul by the preaching of the word, testimony, and creative arts. All are welcome.
Time Out Chapel
Wednesdays // 9:30pm // Brown Chapel
In addition to the Monday, Wednesday, and Friday morning chapel offerings, PLNU offers students an evening chapel called Time Out. Time Out Chapel is a space to worship through song, encouragement, and testimonies primarily from students, but also from staff, faculty, and guest preachers. This has beautiful, intimate opportunities for prayer and fellowship.
Why We Gather
PLNU gathers for worship at least four times per week. We often get questions like, “Why chapel?” or “Why is attending worship required?” This answer may just be discovered within a Christ-centered community. Read more on why we gather here.
During Renewal Week there are extra opportunities for renewal, prayer, and worship in addition to chapel. Be challenged by exceptional speakers and feed your soul in a variety of worship, prayer and experiences.