Spiritual Life


Upper and Middle Schools

Once a week, Mount Pisgah students attend Chapel- an environment meant to inspire a student’s spiritual development. Attending a Chapel in any division you will find a mixture of message and fun.

The Lower School students attend a formal Chapel service where messages focus on biblical character traits meant to inform a student’s heart while compelling them to serve their peers. Student are also led in songs…and don’t be surprised to see a teacher-led skit brining the trait to life as well.

In the Middle school, each Chapel promises to be a high-energy event. Students come into music, often participate in a humorous game and receive an individual ticket for the coveted, weekly raffle prize. Each chapel ends with a relevant message given by teachers or Senior Peer Leaders rooted in the Gospel.

Chapel in the high school is an entirely student-led environment. Chapel Team, taken as an additional Bible elective, consist of students who want to make a relevant and entertaining environment where students can have the opportunity to grow in their faith. The Team often creates a Chapel with music, student produced videos and a teacher or student message around topics engaging Christian faith, relevant to the their high school experience.