Students are instrumental in planning the voluntary weekly chapel worship services.
Ministry assistants help students get involved in campus ministries and activities. Assistants are chosen in the fall via an application and interview process.
With students from 27 different denominations, 23 states and six countries, our campus is very diverse, Shaped by Mennonite values of respect, peacemaking and service, we believe there is great value when people of different backgrounds come together to create one community.
We seek to shape our worship and ministries in ways that are welcoming and meaningful to all students, regardless of their background.
Jackie Wyse-Rhodes serves as Bluffton’s campus pastor
Chapel services are held each Thursday at 11 a.m. in Yoder Recital Hall. While chapel attendance is not required, it is a privilege and a blessing to be able to worship together as a campus community. Our chapel services are planned by a team of students, faculty and staff, who involve a variety of people in carrying out the service including guest speakers and musical groups.
Students make up the worship band that leads music at chapel services and other worship events. The band is led by a local worship pastor and practices are held on Wednesday night. If you would like to sing or play in the worship band at chapel, please let us know by filling out the interest form below.
Students are also encouraged to get involved with a local church of their choice. A list of area churches is available through the campus ministries office or your hall chaplain.
Chapel and worship interest and involvement form
Please let us know if you would like to be involved in planning or presenting chapel or if you have suggestions for worship.