Kairos Christian Service

Tuesday evenings, 8 p.m.
Cannon Memorial Chapel

Kairos is a weekly Christian worship service that is held at 8 p.m. on Tuesday nights in the choir loft of the Chapel. The thirty-minute services are contemplative in nature, offering quiet music, a brief homily and moments of reflection. Every week, the service centers on a theme and question that are relevant to college life and help us consider how faith informs our connection to the world around us. 

Kairos services are led by Chaplaincy staff members and student leaders who volunteer their time and talents to serve on the Kairos Leadership Team (KLT). The KLT takes an active role in worship leadership by helping with outreach and publicity, preparing the Chapel for the services, serving as lectors, singing, playing music, offering prayers and planning events for the Kairos community to get to know one another. 

Kairos is a ministry of the Chaplaincy, not a student organization. We welcome all to attend the Kairos services and join us for the community engagement events. We hope to see you soon!

Spring 2024 Kairos Themes

Beginning Well

January 16 ~ Preparation: How do we center God in our plans?
January 23 ~ Connection: How do we sustain relationships here and at home?
January 30 ~ Intentionality: How do we care for our souls?
February 6 ~ Forgiveness: Will I ever heal?
February 13 ~ Agape: How do we love others well?

Journeying through Lent

February 20 ~ Temptation: How do we wrestle with unholy desires?
February 27 ~ Doubt: How do I know God is with me?
March 5 ~ Repentance: How do we reconcile with God?
March 19 ~ Humility: How does sacrifice bring us closer to God?
March 26 ~ Silence: How do I make time to listen?

Hope and Joy

April 2 ~ Mercy: How do we receive God's grace?
April 9 ~ Surrender: How do I let go of my anxieties?
April 16 ~ Joy: How do I lean on God for fulfillment?
April 23 ~ Pilgrimage: Where am I going?

For additional information, please contact Bryn Taylor, Associate Chaplain.