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Mary Dod Brown Memorial Chapel


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As we learn, liberate and lead at Lincoln University, we are living a Legacy Life at the Mary Dod Brown Memorial Chapel.

Through its contribution to student success, the Mary Dod Brown Memorial Chapel supports the educational mission of Lincoln University. A major goal of the Chapel is to serve as a moral compass at the institution. As much, the Chapel encourages in the student a desire to enter and contribute to the development of “community” on campus and in the larger world. The Chapel is also the spiritual resource for the administration, faculty and the staff of Lincoln University.

The Chapel positively supports the student's development of scholarship, leadership, character and civility through programming which fosters and sustains spiritual growth and expression. In addition, the Chapel encourages a respect for, and appreciation of a variety of worship experience and faith traditions, there encouraging a culture of religious tolerance.

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The Mary Dod Brown Memorial Chapel is a Gothic structure of dark red brick completed in 1900. It contains a main auditorium seating 300, a fellowship hall with a capacity for 200, and offices for religious activities staff. The chapel was a gift of the late Mrs. Susan Dod Brown of Princeton, New Jersey. A complete renovation of the chapel was completed in 2008.

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