Concerts in the Chapel
An opportunity for established and up-and-coming maritime singer-songwriters to perform in Halifax’s best listening room. Past performers have included Amelia Curran, Old Man Luedecke, Thom Swift, Ben Caplan, Ostrea Lake, Nick Everett, Museum Pieces, and George Woodhouse. Admission is by donation, and all donations at the door go to a local charitable organization. Past beneficiaries include: Laing House, Metro Non-Profit Housing, St. George's YouthNet, St. George's Refugee Sponsorship, and Adsum House.
Each Friday at 5 p.m. a student from King’s or Dalhousie gives a brief meditation on the Lessons of the Day, or on a spiritual theme. This is an important moment for the building of spiritual community as students gather to honour their peers by listening attentively and expectedly to their fellows.
View Sermons, Reflections and Meditations, a collection of transcripts from chapel services, including Student Meditations.
Every once in a while the Chapel will hold a Quiet Day: a day or morning of silence, reflection and prayer in the Chapel. No preparation is necessary, it is simply an opportunity to enjoy some communal silence with reflections from the Chaplain to guide your thoughts.
Upcoming Quiet Days are marked on the Calendar.