We aim to help students know Jesus as the defining reality of their lives, capture a vision of God that overcomes competing loyalties, and form a life built upon Scripture.
We practice key facets of our Spiritual Life together:
King's Liturgy: We engage The King’s Liturgy as the defining experience within our Christian community. It outlines the rhythms we celebrate with the Church at large — selected Scripture readings, Sabbath habits, and celebration of Holy Days and historical events.
Fall Retreat: Students, staff, and faculty gather outside of the City to kick off the academic year with a school-wide retreat that includes teaching, worship and the annual Drama Contest.
Corporate Worship (“Refuge”): Twice per month, students gather to worship and to hear brief messages from various faculty members.
Church Involvement: Get involved with a local church. To help find one, check out FaithStreet.
Theological Roundtables: Members of the faculty host periodic theological roundtable discussions on the tension between culture and faith.