There are two different weekly worship services on campus. The services are unique, providing for the varied backgrounds of Hamilton students.
The Community Chapel Service is at 4 p.m. every Sunday the college is in session. The services are welcoming and ecumenical. They include scripture readings, a meditation from Chaplain Jeff McArn, prayer, and a variety of different musical traditions. Communion is held on the first Sunday of each month, and there is always food just after the service for friends and fellowship.
The mission of Morning Service is to openly share the Gospel of Jesus Christ with the Hamilton College community. The combination of Bible-based teaching, music, and prayer help foster a closer relationship with Jesus. Morning Service also incorporates the expression of the creative arts while providing a Holy Spirit-filled environment in which people of various backgrounds come together to freely worship God.