Chapel & Religious Life

Religious Life

Our Mission: Doing Justice; Loving Mercy; Walking Humbly with God.

Chapel at Night
The Chapel and Religious Life Office (a.k.a. “The Chapel”) of High Point University seeks to bring these words to life–to help them reside in the hearts, minds, and hands of students, faculty and staff. In this way the Chapel seeks to grow the heart and soul of High Point University.

High Point University is a United Methodist affiliated institution of higher learning. The Chapel exists to help HPU live out its Methodist heritage in meaningful ways for today’s world. 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.

See the menu to the left to learn more about religious and spiritual life at High Point University.
Watch the latest Wednesday Chapel Service.

Religious Life in the News

Students to Host Third Annual Black Heritage Service
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HPU MLK Service 2016 1
HPU’s MLK Service Focuses on the ‘Good Samaritan Instinct’
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Rev. Prince Raney Rivers
Local Minister to Deliver Sermon for HPU Martin Luther King Jr. Day Service
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Worship services at High Point University are held Wednesday evenings, 5:30-6:20 p.m in Hayworth Chapel.

Brittani Hunt, Manager of Chapel Programs
Phone: (336) 841-9132