Christmas Eve at Rockefeller
Sunday December 24 | 4 pm
We present the beautiful traditional service of lessons and carols, with the beloved nativity tableau offered by the children. The Chapel Choir and Rockefeller Children's Choir, with guest woodwind players, lead carols. Organ music begins at 3:30 pm.
Sundays at Rockefeller
Sunday December 17 | 4 pm
New for Advent, we present a contemplative Vespers at 4 pm, with organ music, readings, and prayers by candlelight (note: there is no Sunday morning service outside of the academic quarter—Sunday morning services begin again on Sunday January 7 at 11 am).
Carillon concert tours
Carillon tours recommence on Wednesday January 3
We offer tours up the tower during the academic quarter—starting again Wednesday January 3. These tours take place Tuesday through Friday, 11:30 am and 4:30 pm, and Sundays 12:15 pm.
Simon Johnson, Organist at London's St. Paul's Cathedral, in recital at Rockefeller!
Friday January 5 | 8 pm
Simon Johnson, the dynamic young organist of St. Paul's Cathedral, plays Edward Elgar’s incomparable Organ Sonata, with music of J.S. Bach and Jean Langlais, on the magnificent E.M. Skinner organ. Tickets $10 at the door, free to students.
Rockefeller Chapel opening hours
Currently closed for the academic break, except for scheduled events (December 9 to January 3)
Rockefeller Chapel is open Tuesday through Friday, 11 am to 6 pm, during the University's academic quarters, and at weekends for scheduled events. We are closed on Mondays, unless special events are scheduled.
Bond Chapel opening hours
Currently closed except for scheduled events (December 9 to January 3)
During the academic quarters (starting again Wednesday January 3), Bond Chapel is open Monday to Friday, 8 am to 4:45 pm, and weekends and evenings for scheduled events.
Tea & Pipes
Tuesday January 9 | 4:30 pm
Tea & Pipes recommences on Tuesday January 9 for the winter quarter. Meanwhile, see the ad above for the recital of Simon Johnson, organist of St. Paul's Cathedral in London: Friday January 5 at 8 pm.
Boston Camerata | The Play of Daniel
Sunday January 21 | 2 pm
UChicago Presents: A medieval masterpiece composed eight centuries ago in Beauvais, France. This ambitious production combines old and new, bringing together music and movement, theater and liturgy, light and shadow.