To foster lasting faith and discipleship, we intentionally begin each day with prayer, praise, and proclamation of God’s word. This daily worship is based on Morning Prayer from the Book of Common Prayer, and uses an age-appropriate reading cycle of the Bible that exposes children to God’s story of love and salvation. Parents are encouraged to attend our morning worship as an extension of their own family prayer life.
In chapel, our clergy relays Biblical stories in creative and life-giving ways that speak to our students’ particular life stage and enrich their knowledge and understanding of God’s word. Our 5th grade students have the additional opportunity to serve as servant leaders, both by actively leading chapel, and by partnering with and mentoring our younger students.
As a member of the National Association of Episcopal Schools, we are an Episcopal School that endeavors to:
be a community that honors, celebrates, and worships God as the center of life. Episcopal school worship embodies the conviction that Christian life is lived out and practiced in community; through corporate prayer and thanksgiving we are reconciled and renewed to “go in peace to love and serve the Lord.”
(National Association of Episcopal Schools, Chapel and Worship in Episcopal Schools, March 15, 2012)