Chapel is a regular gathering of students, faculty, and often other members of the school community for a service that typically includes prayer, song, readings, and reflection. Grades K–8 attend Chapel services every day.
Chapel is an important part of our shared life at Trinity, gathering as a community each morning to reflect on what it means to be children of God, be good people, act in service to others, and live out our individual faith traditions. We come together to support one another, strengthen our community, and learn about and reflect on how we can become the people God calls us to be.
On our main campus we host a Chapel service for Lower School (grades K–4) and another for Middle School (grades 5–8) every single day! On the Blue House Preschool campus, our youngest learners attend chapel twice a week. About once a month, Lower and Middle Schools combine for a K–8 Chapel to honor important Christian holidays (e.g. Easter), celebrate different cultures (e.g. Diwali), or commemorate milestones of the school year (e.g. start of school).