On-campus services are offered when the University is in session. Service times and locations are listed below. You'll also find information about special events, Christmas Candlelight and Baccalaureate services.
Time: brief, thoughtful, ecumenical services on Sundays, 11 a.m.
Tickets will be made available starting Nov. 7 to Bucknell ID holders on a first-come, first-serve basis. Campus community members will have the option to request up to four tickets per person for any one night's service. Tickets will also be available via myBucknell or at any Campus Box Office location.
Remaining tickets will be available online or in person at all Campus Box Office locations starting Nov. 8. Limit up to four tickets per person for any one night's service. Bucknell ID holders may also request tickets in person during this time.
Box Office Details
Weis Center Box Office: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
CAP Center Box Office: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
No phone, voicemail, email, campus mail or U.S. mail orders will be accepted.
For additional information, please contact the Campus Box Office at 570-577-1000.
Each year during Commencement Weekend, the Office of Religious & Spiritual Life honors our graduates with a multifaith baccalaureate celebration. The service takes place immediately prior to the senior Candlelighting Ceremony on the evening before Commencement.
A weekly gathering of religiously diverse Bucknell Students. We gather weekly to build community, discuss things of importance, practice pluralism, and plan occasions for the Bucknell community. Anyone is welcome to join – members of the world’s religious traditions, atheists, agnostics, seekers, or anywhere in between. Interested? Contact Chaplain Kurt Nelson, email@example.com
Each January on the Sunday before Martin Luther King Jr. Day, we gather for a multi-faith worship service celebrating the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. King. We sing songs from the movement, hear wisdom from a range of traditions, and reflect together on ongoing movements toward peace and justice.
Students come together across religious and moral traditions (religious devotion is not required) to partner with community leaders, grassroots activists, faith-based organizations and service providers in Baltimore to serve, explore, and reflect on the issue of food security as it relates to questions of poverty, race, faith, and justice in this .5 credit course (UNIV 192) and immersive Spring Break trip.