One of the most recognizable spots on campus, Muller Chapel is a true haven for the mind, body, and spirit. The quiet beauty of this place makes it a popular destination for relaxing and reflecting any time of year.
The Muller Chapel sanctuary is an amphitheater-like room, warmed by natural wood tones and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the pond.
Although the college is a nonsectarian institution, the chapel provides worship services for Jewish, Protestant, Muslim, and Catholic communities. The space is also used for organized meditation and other events, such as appropriate concerts, weddings, baptisms, and bar/bat mitzvahs.
Previous events have included novelist and Fordham University professor of law Thane Rosenbaum delivering the annual Holocaust lecture at the chapel. Movie Mondays at Muller feature films concerning spirituality, faith, and community values (and yes, Life of Brian qualifies). In addition, students are invited to participate in various faith-centered clubs and organizations, including Hillel, Habitat for Humanity, and the Amani Gospel Singers.