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College of the Ozarks Williams Memorial Chapel summer time change

College of the Ozarks Williams Memorial Chapel is hosting evening Sunday chapel services, every other week, throughout the summer. The services are June 23, July 7, July 21, and Aug. 4, 7:30 – 8:30 p.m.


The time change allows for students to get connected and attend local church services and then come together in the evenings and worship as a campus community. The time change also allows students to earn required chapel credit for the fall semester.


“We are excited about trying this new model,” said Justin Sharp, campus minister. “May the Lord bless us and guide us faithfully forward together.”


The evening services take place in Williams Memorial Chapel and chapel dress attire is not required. A group of students lead worship and the Scripture readings, then a 20-minute sermon is given by either Dr. Justin Carswell, vice president for Christian ministries and student development, Dr. Justin Sharp, or a guest.


The focus for the summer Scripture readings is First and Second Thessalonians. Following the service, students will facilitate small groups for further discussion and reflection.


Summer evening chapels are open to the public. The regular 11 a.m. Sunday morning chapels will resume Aug. 18.

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