Front Range Christian School offers weekly chapel for all students, K-12. The elementary school chapel is held on Wednesdays from 8-9am in the performing arts center (PAC) of the junior/senior high campus. The junior/senior high chapel is also on Wednesdays from 9:30-10:20am in the performing arts center (PAC).
Each year, there is an annual theme for our chapel services. The theme is school-wide and each speaker ties their chapel talk into the theme.
To learn more about the spiritual development of students at FRCS, read about the philosophy and approach to Discipleship at FRCS.
“He has shown you, O mortal, what is good.
And what does the Lord require of you?
To act justly and to love mercy
and to walk humbly with your God.”
~ Micah 6:8
The first five chapters of the book of Micah paint a grim picture of what Israel had become. Leaders were accused of abusing and consuming God’s people, false prophets abounded, and the people had turned away from their Lord to pursue their own plans, accusing God of being too harsh on them. This is the background before the verse that inspires this year’s theme. Evidence of this kind of wickedness surrounds us today: it pervades the media, it lurks around every corner of social media, it corrupts leaders, and it threatens to divide the Church. How can we, how should we, live in a world such as ours?
The only response we have is to live our lives as God has instructed all along. What the Lord requires of us, even as He did of Israel, is to act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with Him.
This year, as a community of faith, we will seek with all our hearts to “consider how to stimulate one another to love and good deeds” (Hebrews 10:24). We will express, through humility and a love of mercy and through our just actions, the true heart of God toward others. By doing these things, we will bring great joy to our Lord and shine His light into this dark world.
Let’s commit afresh this year that #WeWill do what the Lord requires of us!
Why an annual theme?
FRCS’s annual theme is a common thread woven throughout the school year to help encourage unity in our community and provide a framework for discipleship and chapel. It provides an opportunity for our school to focus on growth in a particular area both as individual followers of Christ and as a Body of believers.
Themes are chosen with input from many sources and after a lot of prayer as we seek God’s leading for our school. They are often associated with a specific Bible verse or passage or a book.
We hope that you will join us in exploring the theme and its implications for you and for this community.