Once per week, we take time to pause from our school work and join together in worship in our weekly Chapel services. It is a time for students to pray, learn, worship, and grow in their personal walk with Jesus Christ. Students enjoy age-appropriate lessons while listening to teachers, outside speakers, and their peers.
From Bible studies to mentor groups and more, Rosedale students also have many opportunities to join small groups. Students can build relationships with peers and faculty while having the opportunity to ask questions, dialogue, and connect at a more personal level. Relationships formed in small groups form a strong fabric within the school and are a source of encouragement and accountability.
Elementary school students attend Chapel every Wednesday morning where they enjoy worshiping through singing, playing exciting games, and hearing a Bible lesson. The lessons presented are both fun and meaningful. Members of the Rosedale staff, faculty, and ministry team bring these weekly lessons.
Middle School & High School
Middle school and high school students attend Chapel every Thursday morning. These chapels include a variety of elements such as worship, prayer time, small groups, Q&A sessions, and college presentations. Students are encouraged to get involved in the worship team. A variety of engaging speakers come in to talk to our students, and our own faculty share stories and experiences as well.
On Wednesday afternoons, a student-led Bible study group is available for middle school and high school students following dismissal.