LTSP Chapel

The gathering of the LTSP community around Word and Sacrament stands at the core of our life together, continuing to shape who we are and how we live, learn, and serve. Music and liturgy frame our engagement with the Word and reflect a variety of styles and traditions. Students, faculty, and staff work together to plan and lead worship, with worship opportunities through the week from early morning prayer to late night compline.

For the academic year 2013-2014, our regular worship schedule is as follows:

Mondays 12:00 pm – Noon Worship with Preaching

Tuesdays 6:00 pm – Evening Worship

Wednesdays 11:30 am – Holy Communion

Thursdays 12:00 pm – Noon Worship with Preaching

Fridays 8:30 am – Morning Prayer

For more information, you'll find the Chapel calendar here.

The recommended lectionary texts for the 2013-2014 academic year can be downloaded below.  Also below is the recipe used to make the bread for our Eucharist services and other valuable information, including a Statement of Purpose for worship practices. If you are interested in volunteering to bake the bread for an upcoming service, please contact one of the sacristans. In addition to baking bread, there are many other ways you can become involved including volunteering for roles such as usher, assisting minister, lector and more. Below you will find a document that outlines some of the duties involved in these roles. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact a sacristan or sign up on the bulletin board near the mailroom in The Brossman Center.

The Shaeffer-Ashmead Chapel and other facilities at LTSP are also available for use by outside groups. Learn more at

Chapel documents to view - right click to download:

Chapel Roles and Duties 2013-2014 (pdf)73.53 KB
Emmaus Road Communion Bread (pdf)32.48 KB
Evening Worship template revised 2013 (Word doc)694.5 KB
Recommended Lectionary Texts for 2013-2014 Chapel Year (pdf)192.61 KB
Statement of Purpose (pdf)41.34 KB
Welcome Letter 2013 (pdf)116.38 KB