Trinity Chapel was designed by Ronald W. Buelow of The Associated Architects. The chapel was planned to be an enduring symbol of the Christian foundation of the college. Christian imagery abounds in the chapel.
The interior and exterior brick and stone walls are banded in a pattern based upon the mathematical Fibonacci Series which leads up to a series of proportions appearing and reappearing in virtually all of God's creations – man, animal, plant, mineral, and even the cosmos. Symbols of the Trinity are evidenced in the three-sided spire and in the steel railing and girders that adorn the bridge to the balcony. Read more.
Events at this location
Please note: There may be additional events at this location. Please see the event calendar for a full listing of events on and off campus.
Employees in Trinity Chapel
Rooms in Trinity Chapel
|Location Name||Location type|
|Trinity Chapel 100 - Language Lab||Classroom|
|Trinity Chapel 101 - Classroom||Classroom|
|Trinity Chapel 110 - Staff Office||Office|
|Trinity Chapel 110 - Vestry||Equipment room|
|Trinity Chapel 111 - Chaplain Office||Office|
|Trinity Chapel 112 - Staff Office||Office|
|Trinity Chapel 113 - Staff Office||Office|
|Trinity Chapel 114 - Choir Robe Room||Equipment room|
|Trinity Chapel LOFT - LOFT||Special|