Regent University dedicated its new chapel Friday, which is modeled after St. Martin in the Fields, an historic church in London used as a parish church for the royal family.
The sanctuary has individual seats that look like pews, seating up to a thousand people. It also has a stained glass window with an image of Christ as the centerpiece.
Regent Chancellor and Christian Broadcasting Network founder Dr. Pat Robertson said such details are no mistake.
"It's going to be a place of praise, a place of worship and a place of glory unto the Lord Jesus Christ," Dr. Robertson said at the ribbon cutting ceremony in Virginia Beach, Va.
As part of the dedication, Regent students are reading through the Bible out loud in the prayer room to fill the chapel with God's Word from its very beginning. Students will be able to access the prayer room 24/7.