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Worship at 5:30 p.m. Sundays!


Welcome to Christ Chapel!


Christ Chapel is a campus ministry for all students, faculty, and staff at Texas State and for members of the San Marcos community willing to engage with students in their faith journey. We welcome all people regardless of their religious affiliation, race, ability, or age, and we are unequivocal in our welcome to people of all sexual orientations, gender identities and gender expressions.


Christ Chapel is a reconciling community on a journey of discovery, learning what it means to be fully human in the face of great challenges and opportunities.


Christ Chapel is a place of hospitality where people are invited to ask questions, to make friends, and to create a home for themselves at Texas State.


Christ Chapel is an expression of God's love and grace, working to bring healing and wholeness to all people.


Christ Chapel is supported by Lutherans, Episcopalians, and other friends of the ministry. Christ Chapel also partners with United Campus Ministry, with whom we share the building. 

See Our Public Statement
on Racism Below
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What We Do

• Worship         • Study

• Service           • Community Building


Holy Communion                     5:30 p.m. Sundays

Informal worship with UCM     7:30 p.m. Wednesdays (during Fall & Spring   semesters)

                                               Statement on Racism

Christ Chapel mourns with the world the violence done to siblings of color as a result of systemic racism, fear, and unexamined white privilege.  As a Reconciling Works organization, Christ Chapel has long stood in solidarity with the LGBTQIA+ community, but has not been as vocal decrying racism and has not been as deliberate in making sure our welcome to all is truly a welcome to all, regardless of race or ethnicity. We repent our quietness and resolve to actively seek ways to be a community that listens to the stories of pain from our siblings of color and to make steps toward a more inclusive expression of the body of Christ.

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