Located on the main floor of the College, the Chapel is at the heart of Regent’s spiritual community.
Full of light, it serves as a warm and welcoming home for religious services, lectures, and conferences, and is a recognized gathering place for the members of the Regent community.
The five banners that hang from the ceiling at the front of the Chapel represent creation, incarnation, crucifixion and resurrection, Pentecost, and the second coming of Christ.
Tuesday worship at the Chapel
Fostering worship and enriching the spiritual community at the College are the chief functions of Regent’s weekly Chapel services. Held from 11:00 am–12 pm every Tuesday during the Fall and Winter terms, this is the one regularly scheduled opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to come together. Our Chapel services are also attended by members of the wider community, students dropping in from UBC, and visitors to our campus. All are welcome! Please note that during Spring and Summer, Chapel days and times may vary.
Listen to recent chapel talks
In peak periods, particularly when the pressure of impending deadlines is most intense, Chapel also becomes a kind of mini-retreat, a place to recover perspective, share joys and concerns, and encourage each other in maturing faith.
A Chapel Committee made up of students, faculty and staff is responsible for planning each week’s Chapel.
Following the service, students, faculty, and staff gather together to enjoy an informal lunch of homemade soup and bread, and to meet in community groups for one hour of discussion, sharing, and communal prayer.
For more information on community groups, other prayer spaces on campus, and more opportunities for worship, visit the Worship page in our Current Students section
For the Chapel’s hours of operation and seasonal schedules, please click here.