Departing Duke Chapel Dean Sam Wells described his time serving Durham and Duke as an opportunity unlike any other according to News 14
In his final sermon, Duke Chapel Dean Sam Wells likened his time at Duke University to a kid eating all of his favorites from a box of chocolates according to The Durham-Herald Sun
Duke Chapel Dean Sam Wells lauded at May 6 farewell reception featuring remarks by Dean Richard Hays and Professor Stanley Hauerwaus in this Duke Today video
Duke University will hold its Sunday morning worship service. The preacher has not yet been announced.
Duke Chapel Dean Sam Wells talks to The Herald-Sun about his efforts with Duke and Durham in his seven-year tenure
Professor Charles Campbell notes the convergence this year of Passover and Good Friday during his sermon at the Good Friday service at Duke Chapel according to The Herald-Sun
Duke Chapel Dean Sam Wells gives an exit interview to the host of NPR's "The State of Things" as Wells prepares to leave Duke
Duke Chapel Dean Sam Wells comments in a WRAL TV documentary on Amendment One that the nation was founded on freedom and separation of church and state
Duke Chapel will hold a Wells Family Sendoff Celebration for the family of Sam Wells, who has served as dean of the chapel and a research professor of Christian ethics at Duke Divinity School since 2005, and Jo Bailey Wells, associate professor of the practice of Christian ministry and bible and also director of Anglican Studies at the Divinity School.
The public celebration will begin immediately after the regular Sunday worship service. It will feature food, beverages, and a program in the chapel nave.