How Can We Serve You?

Cornell United Religious Work is located in Anabel Taylor Hall, the first building you pass after leaving Ho Plaza and heading toward Collegetown.

In Anabel Taylor Hall you will find men and women who are committed to serving your spiritual and religious needs.  We are administrators, chaplains, and support personnel that provide religious services, interfaith programming, conversation, and opportunities for faith-sharing.  Student workers staff our main office.  They are always eager to help you find a chaplain, or a quiet place to think and study, or a scheduled service or event.

The Chapel in Anabel Taylor is an intimate place for services, quiet meditation, and programming.  The rest of the building includes meeting rooms, an auditorium, and offices for many of the university chaplains. 

We also house the Center for Transformative Action, and several of it's projects including the Durland Alternatives Library, the Committee on U.S.-Latin American Relations and Anabel's Grocery!

Sage Chapel — the iconic building located near Olin and Uris Libraries — is the venue for religious services, important public presentations, concerts, weddings, memorials and quiet meditation.