chapel service


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Noun1.chapel service - a service conducted in a place of worship that has its own altarchapel service - a service conducted in a place of worship that has its own altar; "he was late for chapel"
divine service, religious service, service - the act of public worship following prescribed rules; "the Sunday service"
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net, as well as Martin Robra's meditation from the chapel service following the panel, are recorded here.
A memorial service will be held in the Yountville California Veteran's Home Chapel at 10:00 AM on May 14th, 2015 with graveside service following the chapel service.
And the chapel service I attended seemed to break no new liturgical ground.
This community values developing habits of the heart and mind and continues the tradition of beginning each day with a chapel service before heading off to classes.
PIER PRESSURE St Andrews University students take part in the traditional harbour walk after the final chapel service of the year PICTURE Jim Ryce
23 at GCU Arena by the crossover alternative rock band Switchfoot, and the university's largest Chapel service ever on Monday, Aug.
Our daily chapel service brings between 2,500 and 3,000 students together in one room, five days a week, said Dave Rotman, associate vice president for technology and CIO for Cedarville.
Fish and After the chapel service, family and friends walked a few hundred yards to see Bam Bam laid to rest in the same chips All 279 groups in for a share of PS40k Wish cash 16-page pull-out inside plot as his parents.
Our chapel service was transformed into a type of Quaker Friends' service meeting, where campers are given an opportunity to thank those campers or staff who have helped them in their adjustment to camp life.
She was due to visit London's Tech City today and attend a chapel service on tomorrow but other members of the Royal Family will now take her place.
But Prince Philip will attend the Guards Chapel service alone.