Welcome to the new Duke Chapel website!
Here you can find upcoming events, get connected to the Chapel’s ministries and programs, hear from Chapel Dean Luke A. Powery, watch services live, and see how the Chapel is living its mission of bridging faith and learning.
In introducing this new site, Dean Powery said: "Come in, the digital doors are open. I hope that you will find here practical tools for participating in the life of the Chapel.... I also hope that this site helps connect you to the people, traditions, mission, and values of Duke Chapel because these are the heart and soul of our life and ministry."
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See below how to navigate to some of the highlights of the site from the homepage. (The images shown here are from the desktop version of the site; the same elements are displayed on mobile devices in similar locations.)
Hear from Dean Powery
Chapel Dean Luke A. Powery is a sought-after guest preacher and lecturer. Watch a selection of his recent lectures and major sermons.
Watch past services
The Chapel has a long—and living—tradition of faithful preaching and inspiring sacred music. Find past services, as well as a link to the Duke Chapel Recordings digital archive, on the Archives & Recordings page.
See what’s coming up
Find out what services, concerts, ceremonies, and other events will be held at the Chapel. This is also where you will find notices when the Chapel is closed for private ceremonies.
Get the latest news
Read regular updates about student programs, guest preachers, upcoming concerts, community events, and more.
Many of the services and ceremonies in the Chapel are streamed live online. Watch recent events on demand and see which event will be livestreamed next.
Experience the Chapel
For people new to the Chapel, this section lists many of the most popular ways people experience the Chapel from tours to worship services to concerts to finding a faith community.
This site was developed in collaboration with Rivers Agency of Chapel Hill and Duke's University Communications and Office of Information Technologies.