Chapel—Sundays at 9 p.m.
An ecumenical Christian service led by the chaplain and the student ministry coordinators. Rooted in the Reformed tradition and incorporating contemporary music, prayer, Scripture, and sermon, we celebrate the Lord’s Supper monthly and often invite faculty members, local clergy, and other Christian leaders to speak.
The city of Alma and its neighboring communities offer a wide range of worship opportunities. Congregations of most major denominations and faith traditions are nearby, some within walking distance of campus. Many students choose to worship both with an area congregation on Sunday mornings and at chapel on Sunday nights.
First Baptist Church of Alma, 534 N State St, Alma, (989) 463-1254
St. Louis Church of Christ
Temple B’Nai Israel of Saginaw, 1424 South Washington, Saginaw, (989) 753-5230
Baha’i Faith of Midland, 5909 Partridge Ln, Midland , (989) 832-9695