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Danforth Chapel

Danforth Chapel is used for weddings, memorial services and religious events.

This non-denominational chapel was built in 1950-52 with the help of the Danforth Foundation and houses the keyboard from which the University carillon may be played. The carillon, a gift of Joseph Mares, class of 1924, plays every morning and evening and on special occasions such as commencement and presidential inaugurations. Stained glass windows in the chapel are a memorial to the men and women who died in World War II.

 Danforth Chapel

Handicapped accessible

Upcoming events in the Danforth Chapel

Take Back the Night and Rock Against Rape
Thursday, April 9, 2015, from 5:30pm to 10:00pm

This year's Take Back the Night events will provide an opportunity for men and women to come together to take a stand against violence and provide those who have been impacted with an opportunity to speak out and heal.