Chapel of the Unnamed FaithfulGarrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary understands the importance of feeding not just the mind but also the soul. The chapel ministry at Garrett-Evangelical provides opportunities to praise and worship God, to grow spiritually, and to learn together about the ministries of preaching and worship. Our Community Worship and Communal Prayer services are times where faculty, students, staff, and family members are together affirming that we are an authentic and prophetic community of faith.
Community Worship

Wednesdays, 4-5pm Central Time

February 3, February 17, March 10, April 7, April 21, May 5

Our Community Worship service blends together a variety of worship styles and practices in a creative and dynamic worship language that allows for active participation, cooperation, in an action-reflection dynamic that enables us to learn from one another and learn to be and become with one another. It is in moments of intense communion, such as the ones experienced in worship, that we are able to engage boundaries of time, space, social narratives, and experiences to share that which makes us all vulnerably human, mysteriously graced, and blessed by the Spirit.

Our worship is necessarily changed by the pandemic and resulting restrictions, but our commitment to centering our common life on the Triune God has not. We now join in worship online, from wherever we are, knowing that the Risen Christ meets us and gathers us into a Body enlivened to follow God’s call.

Zoom links will be emailed out to the Garrett community before each service.


Communal Prayer
Spring Term, Wednesdays, 9-9:30am Central Time

Join the Office of the Chapel for Communal Prayer, an informal gathering for creative, innovative ways of connecting to God and God’s people. 


For more information or to get involved with worship, please contact the Coordinator of the Chapel, Renee Smithback, at


Weekly Reflection for 5/2/2021

Weekly Reflection for 4/25/21

Weekly Reflection for 4/18/21

Weekly Reflection for 4/4/2021

Weekly Reflection for 3/28/2021