Students attend chapel three times per week with their grade level. Once a month, second through eighth graders attend Eucharist together. Chapel studies follow the liturgy which is on a three year rotation. Every
Wednesday, the Middle School celebrates the Eucharist in the church and once a
month, second through fourth graders join them. Chapel is based off services in
the Book of Common Prayer and uses an age-appropriate reading cycle that
exposes children to Scripture. Chaplains relay Bible stories to students
in a practical way and delve into real-life issues that will spill over into
the classroom and home.
We know that if these conversations only happen during chapel, students have more difficulty making connections between what they learn in chapel and how they live their lives. So our chaplains regularly go into classrooms and explore the messages more deeply with smaller groups.