On-Campus & Local Worship Opportunities
Campus worship opportunities
7:30 p.m., A. F. Siebert Chapel
Our Roman Catholic student staff work with local priests who come to campus for weekly mass during the weeks that classes are in session. Students are involved in reading scripture and serving communion. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org in the Center of Faith & Spirituality for more information.
11:40 - noon Siebert Chapel (main chapel)
If you are looking for a traditional Protestant worship experience Tuesday Chapel is the place for you. Come and re-center yourself with confession and forgiveness, scripture reading and reflection, and encountering God’s grace with communion. This service is led by campus pastor Kara Baylor.
5:30 p.m., Ehrler Hospitality Center (northwest corner of A. F. Siebert Chapel)
Come to Spirit to explore what it is you believe about God, what the purpose of humanity is, how what you believe impacts what you do and more. If you come from a faith tradition this is a chance to deconstruct and reconstruct your faith system. If you have never explored the ideas of faith before this could be a time to come to understand what connects for you. Everyone is on a journey of discovery and discernment. Let’s be on this journey together. All are welcome. Contact Faith Albright email@example.com or Delia Glogovsky firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Local Worship Opportunities: Kenosha, Racine and Beyond
These local churches welcome Carthage students to worship thru their virtual services.
Friday evening Shabbat services: In person with Facebook and YouTube remote options.
Saturday morning Shabbat services
10:30 a.m., first and third Shabbat of each month
Rabbi Dena Feingold, 262-654-2716.
6050 8th Avenue, Kenosha, WI