College Chapel

Built in 1915, the Berry College Chapel serves as a magnificent setting for worship services, dramatic and musical programs, and lectures. The chapel was modeled after Christ Church in Alexandria, Va., which was thought to be patterned after St. Paul's Cathedral, the London church designed by the noted 18th-century architect, Sir Christopher Wren. Martha Berry was buried on the lawn just south of the chapel on Sunday, March 1, 1942. An eternal flame burns at her gravesite. Since she particularly loved dogwoods, a dogwood tree was planted at the head of the grave.

Place Type

Chapels

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Upcoming Events

College Church

Come be a part of the Campus Worship Service! We meet every Sunday evening and offer an additional schedule of weekly ministries, discipleship, concerts, and...

2/25 5pm
James Han Mattson Fiction Reading

The David James Poissant Endowed Creative Prose Reading Series, featuring: James Han Mattson will read from his most recent novel and/or other prose and then...

3/1 7:30pm
College Church

Come be a part of the Campus Worship Service! We meet every Sunday evening and offer an additional schedule of weekly ministries, discipleship, concerts, and...

3/4 5pm
Berry College Choirs Concert

Come join us for a night of wonderful music by our own Berry College Choirs!

3/6 7:30pm
Berry Singers Pre-Tour Concert

A performance of works that will be featured on the Berry Singers’ international tour to Vienna, Salzburg and Prague in March 2018. Dr. Paul Neal, Berry...

3/6 7:30pm

Recent Events

College Church

2/18/2018

Concert

2/15/2018

Recent Activity

College Chapel

College Chapel posted a photo 10/3/2016

College Chapel

College Chapel posted a photo 10/3/2016

College Chapel

College Chapel posted a photo 10/3/2016