The Wartburg Chapel, completed in 1994, serves as a center for Spiritual Life and Campus Ministry work, including faith initiatives and partnerships across campus. The sanctuary space is the center for campus worship and is also utilized for concerts, weddings, funerals, The Graven Award convocation, and church and community events. The chapel commons (lower level) includes a classroom/conference room, storerooms, and a large space for community gatherings, faith expression groups, small groups, meals, and fellowship events. The third floor of the chapel, accessed from the building’s skyway level, houses a Spiritual Life and Campus Ministry office suite, with a reception area, conference room, and pastor offices. Many Wartburg alumni choose to get married in the Wartburg Chapel.
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The chapel organ has 22 stops and 32 ranks; a total of 1,771 pipes playable from two manuals and pedal. Like the chapel, which takes its inspiration from the architecture of German parish churches, the organ’s tonal character was inspired by the old German Baroque organs.
Dobson Organ Specifications – Lynn Dobson (1996)
|Cornet||TC, Mounted V|
|Swell to Great|
|Pedal Unison Off|
|Great to Pedal|
|Swell to Pedal|
|Viol di Gamba||8|
|Viol Celeste GG||8|
|Tremulant||Affects entire organ|
|Mechanical key action|
|Electric stop action|
|Solid-State Combination Action with 32-Level Memory|
|Free standing solid maple case|