Every Wednesday morning, Upper School students attend Chapel. There is an annual Chapel theme and different speakers share their stories and life lessons each week. Some chapel recordings are not available. If you don't see one that you would like to access, or if you have questions, please contact us at email@example.com.
Mr. Scheidt 10.23.20
Mr. Scheidt delivers a chapel on Psalm 13, reminding our community that it is holy and good to ask God "How long, O Lord?" and that it is important to know that we can trust God with our questions.
Mr. Scheidt 9.11.20
Upper School chaplain, Mr. Scheidt delivers our first chapel message of the year. Using Psalm 46 as a primary text, Mr. Scheidt encourages the community to find refuge and strength in God.
Mr. Dennstaedt 12.4.19
Mr. Dennstaedt kicks off our 3-week Advent chapel series by talking about God's provision and learning to recognize the gifts God has given us, even if we don't consider our situations or circumstances to be the kinds of gifts we want, we serve a heavenly Father who gives according to our needs.
Mr. Pfenson 11.6.19
Mr. Pfenson argues that the Christian life is a team sport –– we need each other. Junior Lydia Wood helped to teach Mr. Pfenson the basics of lacrosse –– some do's and don't's as part of an illustration for how Paul intends for us to interpret the list of things to "take off" and "put on" in Colossians 3.
Note: Mr. Pfenson's microphone fell off partway through the message, so this recording is incomplete.
Spiritual Warfare Panel 10.30.19
The Bible department comprised a panel that discussed spiritual warfare and how to fight it and how to find God in the midst of spiritual warfare.
Curt Allen 10.23.19
Curt Allen shared a perspective on how to put off anger (as we are called to do in Colossians 3) and encouraged the community to live into the call we have received as believers to pursue the things of God.