Chapel Dean Luke A. Powery spoke June 13 at a vigil on the Chapel steps for the people killed in the mass shooting in Orlando. Here are his remarks.
On behalf of all of our campus partners who are co-sponsoring this vigil, welcome to all of you. My name is Luke Powery and I’m the dean of Duke Chapel.
Note: Summer road construction on campus affects some routes to the Chapel. Please read the Duke Today story about which roads will be closed or narrowed.
On May 22, Duke University Chapel holds its first Sunday worship services inside the Chapel building since reopening last week after a yearlong restoration project.
Duke Chapel invites local visual artists to create and share art pieces in celebration of the building's grand reopening
The Duke Vespers Ensemble has released a world premiere recording of a grand, 17th century musical setting of the Catholic mass. The recording is part of the group’s new album “Viva Italia,” which was recorded live in concert last spring in Duke University Chapel.
After years of preparation and two days of intensive exams, Duke Chapel Organist Christopher Jacobson has received the highest honor from the United Kingdom’s Royal College of Organists.
Founded in 1864, the College received its Royal Charter during the reign of Queen Victoria in 1893. For more than 150 years, the organization has promoted the practice of organ playing and choral directing at the highest standards of competence and artistry.
Duke Chapel will hold these worship services during Holy Week and Easter Day:
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As a part of the Penny Pilgrim George Women’s Leadership Initiative, women and female identified students are invited to apply for the Lifting Women’s Voices Writing Retreat, March 14-16, 2016. This three-day immersive experience will provide students with opportunities to write, reflect, and connect with peers, as well as learn from an acclaimed author and blogger.
Duke Chapel will observe the season of Lent Feb. 10 – March 24, a time when Christians are invited to examine the roots of their discipleship and to identify with Jesus’ journey to the cross. Alleluias and flowers are removed from the liturgy during Lent.