Rooted in the beliefs and traditions of the Moravian Church, we see school life through a Moravian lens. It is a wide-angle lens, capturing a diverse community as it shares a spiritual journey to different destinations. In Chapel, we come together for prayer, song, stories, and reflection, celebrating our varied religious heritages and wrestling with questions of faith, meaning, and truth. Students learn about global religions, discuss ethical issues, and explore music and art as spiritual expressions.
Several times a year, we invite the extended community to join in time-honored traditions, such as Vespers and Moravian Lovefeasts, commemorating a Thanksgiving-like gathering in 1727 Germany. Students grow in their own ways, at their own pace, and through the lens of their personal faith, pursuing the moral and spiritual understanding needed to be grounded citizens in a complex world.