On Saturday, Dec. 8, Phillips Theological Seminary will be closed and there will be no classes due to the forecast winter weather this weekend.
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The Phillips Theological Seminary community typically worships in the chapel at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesdays when classes are in session. Often during special concentration course weeks and Doctor of Ministry fortnights (in January and June), worship is offered more frequently. Services are led by different members of the Phillips community, and homilies or reflections are offered by faculty, staff, trustees, students, and special guests.

Services are conducted in a variety of Christian traditions, with an ecumenical spirit inviting all members of the Phillips community to join, as well as any visitors to campus. Many visitors come specifically for chapel services each week, and many others attend chapel then stay for lunch offered immediately after to join in fellowship with the members of the Phillips community.

Please consider a visit to Phillips Theological Seminary, and drop in for worship. If you're unable to visit in person, Chapel Recordings are available for your listening pleasure.


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