In honor of Black History Month, CTS chapel services during February are all led by African American preachers, worship leaders, readers, and artists. Elements of traditional African American worship and music regularly feature in weekly CTS chapel services, but this month they are lifted up with special significance. On April 28, 2004, CTS President Edward Wheeler preached a dedication service for African American hymnals in Sweeney Chapel. Students, faculty, staff, and community members gathered to celebrate the importance of African American culture in our worship and communal life. As we center our worship on the pivotal foundation of African American worship traditions this February, we share these pictures of the historic chapel when African American hymnals became a permanent and ever-present part of CTS worship.