The worship of God is a central feature of life at Georgetown College. Twelve┬átimes each academic year, the College (administration, faculty, staff, students) gathers for worship on Tuesday morning. These services are intended to provide challenge and inspiration, to appeal to the head and the heart, and to incorporate both classic and contemporary elements of worship. The services of worship are designed to reflect both the Baptist heritage and the ecumenical commitments of the College.
Campus worship is under the direction and leadership of HK Kingkade, Director of Religious Life and Bryan Langlands, Campus Minister. Assisting them are the Chapel Ministry Staff and and the Chapel Leadership Team.
Another member of the worship team is Dr. Daniel Tilford, Organ Master of the College. He plays the four-manual French Romanic organ built in Holland by the Johannus company and installed by Rivierstad of Louisville.
HK and Bryan are available for conversation about any aspect of campus worship and are always open to recommendations.
All services of worship are open to the public and all people are encouraged to attend, especially potential students, parents, ministers, trustees, and friends of the College.