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Consisting of the full-time College chaplain and part-time Roman Catholic and Jewish chaplains, the Religious Life Office offers opportunities to become involved in faith-based programs, worship experience, and interfaith dialogue. The Moravian College Christian Fellowship (MCCF) is coordinated through this office, as is the Newman Association for Catholic students. Both organizations offer worship, fellowship, spiritual formation programs, and retreats, as well as periodic opportunities to travel off campus to meet other students with similar interests.
Borhek Chapel, located at the north end of Comenius Hall, may be used during the academic year by College organizations. It must be reserved by contacting the director of the HUB and event management at ext 1492.
The College chaplain offers weekly song and prayer gatherings at 10:00 p.m. Wednesdays in the Saal of the Bahnson Center (Moravian Theological Seminary) and Dessert and Discussion, any time between 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm in 1305 Main Street.
Catholic Mass is celebrated in Borhek Chapel at 8:30 p.m. Sundays and as announced on holy days of obligation. The Sacrament of Reconciliation (confession) is administered prior to Mass. Appointments for confession may be made through the Religious Life Office. During Advent and Lent, special penitential services are provided.
Pastoral care, counseling, and programming for Jewish students are provided by the Jewish chaplain, and the Religious Life Office can facilitate connections with the Hillel Society.