We invite you to participate actively in the life of the Congregation at Duke University Chapel. Our activities and ministries are open to all those who wish to attend, regardless of membership status, faith background, or University connection.
Join us for:
- Attending worship on Sunday mornings at 11:00 a.m.
- Participating in a Christian education class on Sundays at 9:45 a.m.
- Staying after worship to attend a fellowship event
- Emailing the Congregation office to join the eNews mailing list
- Calling the Congregation office to schedule a visit with one of the staff
The Congregation functions because of the time and energy of volunteers. If there is a particular ministry that is of interest to you, please let us know and we will be happy to help you get involved.
The Congregation at Duke University Chapel is entirely supported by the financial gifts of its members and friends. The Congregation, which receives no income from Duke University or any endowments, is financially and organizationally distinct from Duke University Chapel.
If you wish to financially support the ministries of The Congregation at Duke University Chapel there are several ways you may do so:
Checks made out to “The Congregation at Duke University Chapel” and cash placed in an envelope marked “Congregation” may be placed in the offering plate during Sunday morning worship. Other undesignated gifts received in the offering plates support the programs of Duke University Chapel or special mission projects as announced.
For additional ways to give, see our Giving page.
The Congregation and its programs exist because members and friends of the Congregation generously share their gifts of time and talent. Please consider the ways you would like to be involved.
- Lead a class or small group
- Help plan a retreat
- Serve on the Education Committee
- Volunteer in children’s classes or programs
Communications and IT
- Assist with website management
- Take photographs of Congregation events
- Work with social media
- Help with setup or cleanup for events
- Serve on the Fellowship Committee
Finance and Stewardship
- Assist with the stewardship program
- Serve on the Finance Committee
- Visit homebound members
- Take food to a family or individual in need
- Join the Prayer Ministry
- Knit a hat for a newborn with the heavenly hugs hats ministry
Missions and Outreach
- Serve a meal to the homeless
- Participate in hands-on mission projects
- Volunteer at one of the agencies supported by the Congregation
- Become a communion server
- Serve as an usher
- Read scripture as a lector
- Join the Altar Guild – set up for communion
Details about our ministries may be found in our Annual Reports.
To volunteer for any of these activities, please contact
The Congregation at Duke University Chapel