During these turbulent times, the staff of All Saints’ Chapel brings you a series of unique services. The plan is to continue through Easter (and beyond).

Online services during the COVID-19 pandemic

May 31: Day of Pentecost

Watch a 20-minute service for the Day of Pentecost, along with readings for the day and prayers of the people.

May 24: Seventh Sunday of Easter

 

Watch a 20-minute service for the Seventh Sunday of Easter, along with readings for the day and prayers of the people.

May 17: Sixth Sunday of Easter

Watch a 20-minute service for the Sixth Sunday of Easter, along with readings for the day and prayers of the people. 

 

May 10: Fifth Sunday of Easter

Watch a 20-minute service for the Fifth Sunday of Easter, along with readings for the day and prayers of the people.

May 3: Fourth Sunday of Easter

Watch a 20-minute service for the Fourth Sunday of Easter with readings for the day and prayers of the people.

April 26: Third Sunday of Easter

Watch a 20-minute service for the Third Sunday of Easter with readings for the day and prayers of the people. 

 

Growing in Grace

Growing in Grace is our informal, come-as-you-are evening worship service—commonly known as "GiG." We have a different speaker each week, student-led acoustic music, and a theme for each semester. Instagram @allsaintschapel and Facebook @allsaintschapelsewanee.

Lucinarium

All Saints' Chapel will present a brief prayer service and candle lighting each Sunday at 8 p.m. on Instagram Live  (@sewanee_invitewelcomeconnect). We encourage you to join us: light a candle in your home, read the attached prayers with us if you so choose, and post a photo, tagging @sewanee_invitewelcomeconnect and @allsaintschapel.  A video will be posted the following morning.  If you prefer, follow the Instagram account to watch the Live Instagram video.

April 19: Second Sunday of Easter

Watch a 20-minute service for the Second Sunday of Easter with readings for the day and prayers of the people. 

April 12: Easter Sunday

On Easter Day, at 7 a.m., All Saints’ Chapel will present an “Easter message from Sewanee.” This short video seeks to tell the Christian story stretching from the cross of Good Friday to the resurrection of Jesus on Easter morning. The video by Stephen Alvarez, C'87, will run less than 10 minutes and will feature some of Sewanee's most familiar voices.

April 11: Great Vigil of Easter

Observe the Great Vigil of Easter with these resources to use at home. Here you will find the Easter Vigil liturgy and hymns to accompany the liturgy.

April 10: Good Friday

Observe Good Friday with these resources to use at home. Here you will find the Good Friday liturgy, hymns to accompany the liturgy, and a service for the Stations of the Cross.

April 9: Maundy Thursday

Observe Maundy Thursday with these resources to use at home. Here you will find an introductory letter, the Maundy Thursday liturgy,  and hymns to accompany the liturgy.

 

April 5: Palm Sunday

Watch a 25-minute service for Palm Sunday with Blessing of Palms, Passion Gospel, Homily, and Litany in times of global distress.

Sunday, March 29

Watch a 20-minute service for the fifth Sunday in Lent with readings from Ezekiel, Romans, and the Gospel of John, and a Litany in a time of global distress.