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Also see a 360-degree image of Shove Chapel (provided by a non-CC web site).
Inspired by Winchester Cathedral in England, Shove Chapel was constructed of Indiana limestone as a gift to the college. Shove is a non-denominational chapel and many organizations utilize its space. For example, each week there are Buddhist meditations, concerts, community meetings, and Catholic Mass. There is also a student-run community kitchen that operates in the basement every Sunday. The kitchen is a great way to get involved if you are interested in community service, as most CC students are -- about 84 percent have participated in some type of community service before they graduate.
Shove also features a Welte-Tripp Organ -- which is used for concerts, special college events such as opening convocation, and religious services -- and the Chancel Rose Window. See the religious life page for more about Shove.
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