Trinitas Chapel has served as the spiritual home of the University of Providence community for over 60 years.
Designed by Page & Werner Architects, the chapel was formally opened by the Sisters of Providence in September of 1960 to serve the residents of the adjacent convent and the campus community.
Highlights of this new sacred space included wood carvings, metalwork, and mosaics by Sr. Mary Trinitas Morin, S.P. In 1964, the chapel bell tower and stained-glass windows were added in commemoration of the centennial anniversary of the Sisters of Providence mission to Montana. In the 1990s, the chapel was named Trinitas in honor of the Holy Trinity, and in recognition of Sr. Mary Trinitas.
Today the chapel continues to serve the University community through the regular celebration of the Eucharist, student baptisms, alumni weddings, and annual Baccalaureate Masses.
Trinitas Chapel and Worship Location Update
While Tinitas Chapel remains off-line for an undetermined period of time, we have identified alternative locations for worship services. Please find a map below, identifying the following:
This space may be used for private prayer and meditation. Building open from 7am – 10pm, and accessible by University issued ID Card all other hours.
*Reminder that the presence of Jesus in the Tabernacle is in this room making it more than just a room and that reverence should be used at all times within it. It is open to all and there are prayer materials available in the room as well.
Images below of the new prayer room located in the Student Center, Room 217:
Thank you for your patience and understanding as we continue to address the needs of Trinitas Chapel.