On Sundays at 11:00 a.m., join us in worship that offers stirring preaching, inspiring sacred music, and faithful prayer. Held year-round amid the beautiful, soaring architecture of Duke Chapel, this interdenominational Christian service is characterized by vibrant faith, intellectual depth, diverse cultural expressions, and a welcoming community. The acclaimed Duke University Chapel Choir and Chapel organists lead the music, supplemented by student chamber groups, professional instrumentalists, and visiting artists.
To attend a service, navigate to 125 Science Drive, Durham, NC. Parking is available at that address in the Bryan Center Garage at 125 Science Drive with ADA parking in the adjacent Bryan Center Surface Lot. *** Receive a pass for free parking on Sunday mornings at the visitor desk inside the Chapel.***
This week's guest preacher will be the Rev. Dr. Neichelle Guidry, Dean of the Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel and Director of the Wisdom Center at Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia. She is a graduate of Clark Atlanta University and Yale Divinity School, where she was the 2010 recipient of the Walcott Prize for Clear and Effective Public and Pulpit Speaking, and the 2019 recipient of the William Sloane Coffin Alumni Award for Peace and Justice. She is the creator and host of Modern Faith, a podcast and digital platform that exists for the spiritual nourishment of Black women everywhere. She served as the 2016 Preacher/Pastor-In-Residence at the Black Theology and Leadership Institute at Princeton Theological Seminary. She was listed as one of "12 New Faces of Black Leadership" in TIME Magazine. She was recognized for "quickly becoming one of her generation's most powerful female faith leaders" on Ebony Magazine's 2015 Power 100 list (December 2015), one of the "Top Five Young Preachers in America" by ROHO, and one of "Ten Women of Faith Leading the Charge Ahead" by Sojourners. She is a contributor to What Would Jesus Ask?: Christian Leaders Reflect on His Questions of Faith, and the author of Curating a World: Sermonic Words from a Young Woman Who Preaches.
Services are live streamed on YouTube and broadcast live on channel 12 of the Duke Hospital TV system and on the radio on 620 AM WDNC. Subscribe to the Duke Chapel Sermons podcast on Spotify or Apple Podcasts. Find an archive of Chapel sermons on our website and a more extensive digital archive in the Duke Chapel Recordings collection on the Du