While many private Christian school are affiliated with a specific denomination or church, CCCS believes it is possible to provide a faith-based education and character development that incorporates families from all Christian denominations. In addition to daily Bible classes and a curriculum based on a biblical worldview, we hold chapel services on Wednesday mornings for our Middle School and High School students and on Thursday mornings for our Elementary students.
Each chapel puts an emphasis on God and His Word, using a combination of music, drama, and dynamic Bible teaching. Our elementary chapels focus on how we interact with those around us in a loving and Christ-centered way, and incorporate songs, demonstrations, and Bible memorization.
Our middle and high school chapels dive a little deeper into God's Word and the way we interact with the world around us, even when peer pressure tries to steer us away from God's truth. A student praise band leads the group in worship songs, and a wide variety of chapel speakers are invited to challenge the students. Past speakers include members of local clergy, those in regional para-church ministries, and members of our own faculty, staff, and alumni community.
Throughout the year, special all-school chapels are held to celebrate a specific occasion, and are designed to include members of the broader CCCS community. Past services include Pastor Appreciation, Thanksgiving Chapel, Easter Chapel, and National Day of Prayer.