- Associated Press - Friday, October 31, 2014

DURHAM, N.C. (AP) - Duke Chapel is hosting its annual Halloween celebration with an All Hallows’ Eve candlelight service that recalls the history of the day.

The service will begin Friday night around a small fire on the chapel steps, followed by a candlelit procession. The procession will include reflections on the lives of saints and holy communion. The Duke Vespers Ensemble will provide a mix of ancient chant and meditative choral music.

All Hallows’ Eve takes place on the evening before All Saints’ Day. That’s the church festival that recalls the witness of men and women who have carried the Christian faith through history.



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