Hayworth Chapel and the Religious Life Office is here to support our community especially in these challenging times. See items below or to the left for more information.
HPUChapel Worship – Fall 2020 Announcement
HPU Weekly Chapel is moving to a hybrid model of virtual and small, in-person Breakout Groups this fall.
In Memoriam: Covid 19
Many of us have lost loved ones to (or during) the Covid-19 pandemic, and because of isolation and social distancing, we have not been able to properly grieve. Hayworth Chapel has always been a steady shoulder in times of grief. We can maintain that spirit and work now. To that end, we’ve created an online memorial for you to write stories and memories of your loved ones that we might share and walk alongside one another.
The HPU Chapel leadership is committed to being in prayer with you during these extraordinary times.
- You may send prayer requests to firstname.lastname@example.org. One of the clergy of High Point University will receive the request and be in prayer for you.
- You may also submit anonymous prayer request (tinyurl.com/hpuprays). The Board of Stewards, the student leaders of HPU Chapel, commit to be in prayer for you.
A Path to Contemplation
Jewish Life and Hillel
The community may schedule pastoral counseling with staff through email.
Please see the link to the left (under “Leadership and Campus Ministries) for contact information for various campus ministry leadership.
Hayworth Chapel and the Religious Life Office (aka “The Chapel”) of High Point University seeks to grow the heart and soul of High Point University. Our ambition is that all members of the HPU community experience they are BELOVED. All may:
- experience they BELONG.
- BECOME who they are called to be.
- BEHOLD the presence of God’s grace.
The Chapel, fostered by its Christian tradition, exists to deepen High Point University’s Christian character and practice, which also means being a place of radical hospitality to people of all traditions. In this way, HPU is Christian by tradition (and committed to that tradition) and interfaith in outlook, modeling inter-religious understanding and cooperation.