The Rooke Chapel Choir performing.
Protestant Christian religious life at Bucknell offers students opportunities for worship, service, social life and study that include may different theological and cultural styles. There are small groups and large groups, national Christian fellowships and homegrown Bucknell communities. All share a common Christian commitment, support and encouragement for their members.
The Rooke Chapel Congregation is a welcoming ecumenical Protestant Christian community for students, faculty, staff and friends from the greater Lewisburg area. Activities include Sunday worship, Wednesday night dinners, occasional study groups and service projects.
The Fellowship House, 628 St. George St., is the informal home of Rooke Chapel Congregation and related activities. It provides space for students to cook, relax, practice interfaith meditation and meet in small groups.
The Reverend Doctor John Patrick Colatch, the University chaplain, is the pastor of Rooke Chapel Congregation. He is an ordained United Methodist pastor who has served in higher-education ministry since 1986.
Protestant students find many ways to become involved in faith-based activities at Bucknell. These include
More about Rooke Chapel Congregation
Reverend Doctor John Colatch
111 Rooke Chapel, 570.577.1592
Ruth Ann Craven
Chaplains' Office Assistant
109 Rooke Chapel, 570.577.1592
The following links are virtual breadcrumbs marking the 27 most recent pages you have visited in Bucknell.edu. If you want to remember a specific page forever click the pin in the top right corner and we will be sure not to replace it. Close this message.