Chapel and Prayer

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Chapel and Prayer

CHAPEL
Acts and thoughts that ascribe “worship” or worthiness to divine. “The chief end of man is to glorify God and to enjoy Him forever” (Westminster Shorter Catechism).
The roots of worship are knowledge, emotions and will. Worship is not a mystical experience; it is at best a spiritual experience. Christianity is concerned not only with the end, but also with the means to an end. In the worship service, we first serve Triune God and offer praise to Him. Worship not only serves God, but it also meets the needs of those who worship.
The Ivy Christian College provides meaningful worship service for students once a week. Chapel services feature worship services as well as messages by members of the ICC’s faculty and other outstanding Christian leaders. Chapel attendance is required.

PRAYER
Students and faculty come together for a day of prayer once each quarter. A worshipful communion service climaxes this spiritual highlight.