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The Tuskegee University Chapel 

The Tuskegee University Chapel has long served as the primary venue for religious, intellectual, and cultural gatherings. Keynote speakers in Chapel events have included: the presidents or presiding bishops of major religious bodies; numerous elected or appointed public officials, including a U.S. President; college/university and seminary presidents; corporate executives; leading researchers in science and technology; highest-ranking military officials; noted scholars; talk show hosts; celebrated artists/entertainers; and civil rights icons - all of whom represent the intent of providing the Tuskegee University community with those voices which most decisively influence the cosmopolitan world in which we live. 






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Meditations from The Inward Journey by Dr. Howard Thurman
read by Dr. Gregory S. Gray, Dean of the Chapel


Psalm 139 Series continued
"Whither Shall I Go from Thy Presence"
June 29, 2023


Psalm 139 Series
"Whither Shall I Go from Thy Presence"
June 29, 2023
Psalm 139 Series
"Thou Knowest It Altogether"
June 23, 2023
Psalm 139 Series
"Thou Hast Beset Me Behind and Before"
March 9, 2023
Psalm 139 Series
Thou Art Acquainted with All My Ways
March 2, 2023
Psalm 139 Series
Thou Hast Searched Me and Known Me
February 23, 2023
"The Decision to Act"
February 15, 2023
"Make Me an Instrument of Thy Peace"
February 8, 2023
"The Mood of Christmas"
December 14, 2022
"Keep Open the Door of Your Heart"
November 9, 2022
"The Self Encounter"
November 2, 2022
"Radical Amazement"
July 20, 2022
"Of Human Boundaries"
July 13, 2022
"When Knowledge Comes"
July 6, 2022
"The Innocent Ones"
June 29, 2022
"Meaning is Inherent in Life"
June 22, 2022








Revised Common Lectionary Slides for February 25, 2024

Second Sunday in Lent

Genesis 17: 1-7, 15-16

Psalm 22: 23-31

Romans 4: 13-25

Mark 8: 31-38


Weekly Prayer

God of wilderness and water, your Son was baptized and tempted as we are.
Guide us through this season, that we may not avoid struggle,
but open ourselves to blessing, through the cleansing depths of repentance
and the heaven-rending words of the Spirit. Amen.




Contact Us

Tuskegee University Chapel
1 Booker T. Washington Blvd
Tuskegee, AL  36088

Phone: 334-727-8322 or 8614