The Tillman Chapel, located on the ground floor of CCUN, is an ecumenical chapel offered as a sacred space, opening its doors to the U.N. community and the many and diverse faith traditions of its people. The chapel is intended to be a place where religious voices can come together and declare their deepest desire for peace and justice to reign and to call themselves and others to more dedicated action for the sake of the world. In recent years the chapel has become a vibrant center for worship and the arts, linking ritual and celebration to critical issues on the U.N. agenda. The chapel’s outer wall directly facing the U.N. bears a stained glass and concrete sculpture of the “all seeing eye” of God, symbolizing that in the midst of humanity’s struggle with destruction and violence, God is ever present. It is in turning to God that humanity is able to escape despair and bring about peace.
We feel that The Tillman Chapel is a fitting place to Ordain our next class of Interfaith/InterSpiritual Ministers to share the Oneness of our global culture with others.
If you would like to join us to help celebrate the Ordination of the Class of 2014, please contact us at email@example.com