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There are many ways to be a part of Duke PCM+


Weekly Dinner and Contemplative Worship: Dinner Church


Sunday nights during the academic year – Chapel Kitchen (in the Chapel basement)

Our worship gathering occurs around a dinner table including prayer, singing, scripture readings, time for conversation while we eat dinner, a sharing of some reflection or food for though on faith, and optional communion. As we gather together to worship Christ through Dinner Church, we remember the night he sat at a table with his disciples, broke bread with them, and loved them. Every aspect of Dinner Church is invitational – participate for all of it, some of it, or simply observe as you feel comfortable!

You don’t have to be Presbyterian or UCC to join us for worship or any other PCM+ event. Whether you are a person of deep faith, don’t really know where you stand these days, simply curious about Christian spirituality, or somewhere in-between, come join us at any part of the academic year! 


Bible Study


Time TBD for fall 2024

Chapel Basement lounge

Come-as-you-can Bible study is casual, fun, full of questions and laughter, and a great way to dive into scripture for the first time or the hundredth!



Office Hours

Monday-Thurs: 1pm-4pm

Drop by the PCM+ office in the basement of the Chapel (room 036) to catch a breath, have a snack, chat, check out the books on the shelves, and/or do some school work.




Fall and Spring Retreats



We typically have two retreats each academic year: a day long retreat in the fall and a weekend long retreat in the spring for Easter. Retreats are opportunities to get off campus, decompress, and deepen relationships with one another and God. 



One-on-One Appointments 

If you would like to speak one-on-one with our campus minister, Jackie, about anything that’s on your mind (PCM+ regular or not), feel free to email to schedule a time to do so:


Regular service and fellowship opportunities also spring up throughout the year. Make sure to add yourself to our email listserv to find out what, when, and where 🙂

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