Chapels are held on a monthly basis for preschool students.  Through its age-appropriate presentation the youngest students learn about God and how He loves them, that He desires for us to love Him, and that worship is giving God glory in what we say and do whether it is singing praises to Him or helping our fellow students.

On the K-12 level, weekly Chapel services bring the students together in a worship setting.  Chapels are broken down by age group to insure the speakers can relate the message to the group:  grades K-2, 3-5, and 6-12.  Worship, announcements, and recognitions are a prelude to the speakers who actively engage the students in what is communicated.  At times, grades 6-8 and 9-12 meet separately.  In addition, at the secondary grade levels, special events are planned to further bring students together, allow avenues for personal spiritual growth and commitment, and apply the biblical teachings taught in the classroom setting.  These include Spiritual Emphasis Week, student conferences, retreats, and mission projects and/or trips.