Saint Paul’s Memorial Chapel
Saint Paul’s College is a member of the Association of Episcopal Colleges with historic and present ties to the Episcopal Church. The Saint Paul’s College Memorial Chapel located on the campus is one of two buildings in the Historic Records. The Chapel has served as the Beacon of Spirituality for both the College and community.
This organization exists to provide spiritual nurturing, religious education and social support for Episcopal and other interested students. Activities include discussions, trips and special projects.
Interested students assist the Chaplain in the preparation and leadership of worship ritual. Students are trained by the Chaplain for this activity. Occasional trips are taken to Diocesan gatherings of Acolyte Guilds.
Students and other members of the College community regularly read scripture and other Christian literature at occasions of public worship. The Chaplain and Speech Instructor, provide instruction and coaching in the art of public reading.
The Choral Society
This is the resident Chapel Choir, which also performs in off-campus engagements. The repertoire is diversified to meet the needs of traditional and contemporary societies. The choir sings standard music literature and includes unstructured music of the traditional African American Church.
Rev. Harry Nevels, Jr.
Chaplain / Vicar