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Spiritual Enrichment




Moody Theological Seminary-Michigan offers Chapel Services three times a month during the Fall and Spring semesters. Chapels are held from 7:30–8 p.m. Chapel attendance by staff, faculty and students is not required, but is expected. If you are on campus during the time of a scheduled chapel you are expected to attend.

Other Growth Opportunities

At Moody Theological Seminary, the personal spiritual growth of our student body is our number one priority. For this reason, MTS and Moody Bible Institute offer special programs and conferences throughout the school year for the specific purpose of encouraging healthy spiritual growth among students.

Day of Prayer

The first Wednesday of March is set aside for Moody's annual Day of Prayer. Students, faculty and staff meet corporately and privately throughout the day to practice the discipline of intercessory prayer.


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Chapel Services

IC - Chapel7:30–8 p.m.
3 times per month during fall and spring semesters.

"Prof. Loyola has taught us about the spiritual disciplines as a means to cultivating our inner spiritual life. We're learning that we need to focus on our relationship with Christ as the foundation of all we do for Christ."
— Mary, G.C. in Biblical Studies