The Duke Chapel Sunday Worship Service will feature Enuma Okoro, D’03, author and spiritual director, preaching.
Duke Chapel will hold several Easter Sunday worship services starting with a 6:30 a.m. Easter Sunrise Service on the South Lawn at the Sarah P. Duke Gardens.
That will be followed by a 9 a.m. Easter Service with Holy Communion in the chapel and then at 11 a.m. by another Easter Sunday Service with Luke Powery, dean of the chapel, preaching.
Duke Chapel will hold Good Friday worship services including a procession of the Stations of the Cross beginning on the chapel steps at 11:30 a.m. It will end in the same location at noon leading into the Good Friday Service inside the chapel.
A Good Friday Service of Tenebrae also will be held later in the day at 7:30 p.m. Due to the silence that will be observed during this service, a limited capacity nursery will be available for children under 6.
Duke Chapel will hold a Maundy Thursday Service, which will include stripping of the altar and Holy Communion. Due to silence being observed during this service, a limited capacity nursery will be available for children under 6.
For more information, call 919-681-9488.
Duke Divinity School, Goodson Chapel
The United in Praise Gospel Choir Concert will feature Duke Chapel Student Ministries and the United in Praise Choir joining generation Joshua from World Overcomers Christian Church to lead praise and worship.
Duke Chapel will sponsor a panel discussion on "Building on Catastrophe" to explore the experiences of catastrophe and responses to it in both African-American and Jewish histories.
Frank Stasio , host of National Public Radio's State of Things, will moderate the discussion with Luke Powery, dean of Duke Chapel, and Rabbi Raachel Jurovics of Yavneh: a Jewish Renewal Community in Raleigh, N.C.