Communal Worship is an integral part of a healthy walk with
Christ.To that end, students in Lower
School, Middle School and High School attend weekly chapel services in order to
worship through music, prayer, and the study of scripture.Each division caters these services to the
specific needs of their students, but all three share the same goal – to
glorify, honor and praise the name of Christ.
High school chapel seeks to share the Gospel in culturally relevant terms with high school students. The purpose is to have a corporate worship experience in which students have the opportunity to understand the reality of Jesus and respond to Him. The high school chapel service seeks to utilize the creative arts in order to engage the students in worship. Short dramatic skits are often included in the service to illustrate various points. Students also enjoy participating in worship as they sing a variety or praise choruses each week. The weekly chapel service is a highlight of the week.
Wesleyan Middle School Chapel seeks to expose students to the word of God and Christian beliefs. This is accomplished by singing praise and worship songs led by middle school students and faculty, as well as weekly devotions given by middle school teachers. They share scripture as well as their own personal stories of faith and relationships with God.
Lower school chapel is a time each week we set aside for elementary grades to come together to worship. Students will learn about godly character traits through Bible stories. The stories will be presented through dramatic story telling. Lower school students will also enjoy worshipping God as they participate in singing lively praise music.