Saturday, March 22, 2008

Loyola Chapel


The Loyola Chapel of Concordia University has been built in 1913. When the campus first opened in 1916, the student chapel was housed in the east wing basement of the Junior or High School Building ( now the Psychology Building). Since the merger of Loyola and Sir George Williams in 1974 to create Concordia University, the chapel has been an ecumenical place of worship in witch services from many different religions, and other events, have taken place. It is also popular as a wedding site for the Concordia community. The inside is made of wood makes it an unusual church.


1 comment:

baby lyu said...

warm atmosphere...^^*