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CLASS SCHEDULE- 2022-23
    Scroll below the schedule to learn more        about our chapel time.

CHAPEL TIME

We believe the addition of chapel will bring unity to the school. It will be a place where we can gather and learn our core values of Love, Believe, Encourage, Forgive, and Worship.  We will memorize the Love Chapter (1Cor13) together by singing it to begin each chapel time, followed by an offering of prayer, and announcements for the week. Then a class will offer up their worship to God by presenting what they are working on in class, through dance, drama, singing, instruments, languages, flags, banners, and other creative ways.  Class participation in chapel will be left to the discretion of the teachers.

 

Chapel is required for students who have a class before and after chapel.  If a student is finished by noon or doesn’t start class until 1pm; chapel is not required, but highly encouraged.  If your child's class is presenting in chapel, please make every effort to attend so that they will have the opportunity to present what they have been learning as an offering to God.

 

All parents, students, and guests are welcome to join us at noon in the gym. Parents will be responsible for the whereabouts of their children during chapel and lunch. No students will be allowed to hang out in classrooms while chapel is going on, during lunch, or any other time a class is not in session.


This Year's Theme: Bezalel, God’s master craftsman. Who was he? What did he do? Why did God choose him?

Colossians 3:12-15:   “As the elect of God, holy and beloved, clothe yourselves with hearts of compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness, and patience.  Bear with (be tolerant of) one another and forgive any complaint you may have against someone else.  Forgive with the same measure as the Lord forgave you.”  God forgave us through a great sacrifice!   “And above all these things, wrap yourselves in love, that binds everything together in perfect unity.  Let the peace of Christ (the inner calm of walking daily with Christ) control your hearts (your thoughts, your emotions); and be thankful.”