Morning Prayers

Morning Prayers Order of Worship on the podium of Appleton Chapel

Morning Prayers Suspended

The daily Morning Prayers service is suspended until further notice because of the health threat of the global pandemic. The safety of our community, which includes our staff, remains our first commitment.

A daily service of Morning Prayers has been kept at Harvard since its founding in 1636. Our clergy and staff are dedicated to continuing this daily outreach to the Harvard community and beyond. Beginning Sept. 2, the Memorial Church will publish a daily (Monday-Saturday) newsletter featuring music, student reflections, spiritual practices, and prayers. The electronic newsletter will also include the latest news from the church.

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Latest Morning Prayers News

Seminarians Speak from Their Hearts and Minds

KMarie Tejeda speaks at Morning PrayersMemorial Church Seminarian KMarie Tejeda MDiv III speaks at Morning Prayers in Appleton Chapel on Sept. 25. Photo by Jeffrey Blackwell/Memorial Church Communications

Morning Prayers at the Memorial Church often features the thoughtful voices of our seminarians. During the week of Sept. 23, we invited our three Harvard Divinity School students, KMarie Tejeda, Sally Hammel and Grace Killian to share their words and life experiences in the lectern of Appleton Chapel.... Read more about Seminarians Speak from Their Hearts and Minds