Chapels wrap up for the 2020-21 school year
In this last week of school, we had a variety of types of chapels.
On Monday, we heard from alumnus Adam Ingersoll. Adam spent two weeks in the border town of El Paso, Texas helping attend to the needs of immigrants in a shelter there. He shared about his variety of experiences there.
Tuesday was the last day for our seniors. Part of our time was filling out a survey about our chapel life this year. Also we handed out letters that we wrote to ourselves at the beginning of the semester. Our last segment of chapel was dedicated to our seniors as we watched a video of pictures of the seniors through their time here at IMS/Hillcrest. We ended our time with a prayer of blessing for the seniors and a congratulatory tunnel for senior Aaron Hershberger as he was headed to compete in the state track meet.
On Wednesday, we met in our small groups one last time.
Thursday’s chapel provided a time of relaxation and meditation with several scriptures put up on the screen for us to consider. It was to give us an opportunity to relieve the stress of our week of projects, finals, and assignments.
We wrapped up the week and the year on Friday with a Kahoot of our whole year of chapels. We teamed up with our homerooms.
May we all continue to “provoke one another to love and good deeds”!