Faulkner University offices will have a new phone system installed on Sept. 19. The university will be without voicemail until then.

What is daily chapel all about?

Faulkner University has conducted daily chapel services on the Montgomery campus since it was established in 1942. The chapel programs allow an organized daily devotion for worshiping God and fellowshipping with Christians. The chapel programs are held at 10:30 a.m. Monday-Friday of each week, and are designed to complement the curricular and co-curricular goals of Faulkner.

The chapel programs foster the development of the whole person and provide students biblical, inspirational, educational and informative material. Chapel is frequently mentioned by alumni as one of the fondest memories of Faulkner.

Chapel attendance is required of all full-time students attending day classes, all residential students, faculty, and staff on the Montgomery campus. Chapel is open to all students, faculty, staff, friends, family members and other visitors who wish to worship. Chapel is a period of worship, and all attendees are expected to conduct themselves in a reverent manner.

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