Spiritual Life

St. Christopher's embraces the Episcopal School tradition that sees each person as a child of God, values inclusion and spiritual growth, and seeks to educate students for lives of meaning and service. 
The Middle School comes together for chapel three times a week, in addition to gathering for several other services throughout the year to celebrate religious and national holidays. These chapel gatherings are a time not only for prayer, singing and worship, but also to be spiritually fed by messages from The Rev. Michael Sweeney, the Middle School Chaplain, as well as from guest speakers from within and outside the St. Christopher’s community. 

From participation in chapel services, age-appropriate fundraisers, and a wide variety of hands-on community collaborative projects, all our boys (JK-12) learn that they have the capacity and responsibility to help others. As leaders, our students know that service to others is their highest calling.

Read the Rev. Sweeney's recent homily from the Maundy Thursday Chapel service.