Evans Memorial Chapel is a beloved landmark at the University of Denver built in the Early Gothic Revival style. Tradition has it that it was disassembled brick by brick, and then reassembled in the center of campus. Originally John Evans, the founder of the University of Denver, built the chapel in the 1860s in downtown Denver. The building is now on the National Register of Historic Places (no. 74000567) and a registered historical site of the United Methodist Church (no. 210). Used as a place of worship for decades, and by religious organizations on campus still today, it is also one of the most desirable places for weddings of the University of Denver students, faculty, and staff.
Evans Chapel's "Address"
We are often asked "What is the address for Evans Chapel?" At one point, it DID have a street address, but now, it borders no "street". It is in the middle of campus, and signage should point the way!
Or, ask your GPS to find: +39.676568, -104.963033
Who uses Evans Chapel?
Evans Chapel is used by many people. It was intended to be a place for private prayer and reflection, as well as a place for campus religious groups. It was also expected that it would be a perfect site for weddings and memorial services. So, the short answer is that almost ANYONE can use the Chapel.
During the Academic Year, two student groups make regular use of the Chapel:
- Catholic Campus Ministries holds a weekly mass at 6:00 p.m. on Sundays
- CRU (Campus Crusade) holds a weekly service at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesdays
Reserving Evans Memorial Chapel
For information on rates, or scheduling the Chapel, follow the link below or email Conferences and Events: