Poppy, poppy, what do you say? Wear me on Remembrance Day. Poppy, poppy, what do you tell? Many soldiers in battle fell. Poppy, poppy, what should we know? That peace on earth should grow, grow, grow. Today we took a few moments out of our day..
Here I am to worship …. Here I am to bow down ….. Here I am to say that you’re my God. As we gathered for chapel recently, the Grade 3-4 students went on the stage and played this song on the bells. They reminded us why we ga..
The gym was full as the Kindergarten students took to the stage and led us in chapel this morning. Decked out in red and white, their theme was God’s love. They sang about how mighty God is. “My God is so big and so strong and so m..
Last week Monday, we took some time to remember those who sacrifice and give so much during times of war. We learned about the symbol and importance of the poppy. We listened to the poem, In Flanders Fields. Before this gathering, every studen..
This morning we had a Christmas Cheer Chapel. Dressed in red and green, with lots of Santa hats and reindeer antlers, we gathered together in the gym to sing. We love to sing and we join together regularly to praise and worship God with our vo..
This morning the Grade 3-4 students led us in chapel. We began by joining together in praise and worship. The students challenged us to think about what a healthy heart looks like. Doing exercises can help you have a heart that is physically f..
“Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good!” Psalm 118:1 Last Friday we gathered together to do just that. We dressed up like essential workers. We met outside for chapel. We gave thanks to God for many things: essential worke..
Remembrance Day 2020 – a time to remember and reflect on the sacrifices made by so many. To prepare for the day we read books with our class. These books help the student understand the purpose and the importance of Remembrance Day. W..