Let the message about Christ, in all its richness, fill your lives. Teach and counsel each other with all the wisdom he gives. Sing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs to God with thankful hearts. And whatever you do or say, do it as a representative of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks through him to God the Father.
The cultural and spiritual climate at LCS remains a constant focus for the leaders and founders of our school. In keeping with our mission, we seek to build a foundation of understanding the Truth of God’s Word for each student at LCS.
Chapel Groups include the following:
- Pre-Kindergarten to 2nd Grade
- 3rd Grade to 5th Grade
- 6th Grade to 12th Grade
The Lower School meets together on a monthly basis to learn about how we can reflect God's character. Students are split into groups from different grade levels across the lower school to discuss that month's character trait and how to grow in friendship and community with students from all grades. Teachers serve as small group leaders and mentor our 4th and 5th grade students to grow in leadership skills during small groups.
Our Upper School chapels are led by the LCS Worship Team, consisting of students and faculty. Following a time of worship, students hear a timely word by our Chaplin, our Faculty & Staff, or members of the community.
LCS is committed to seeking opportunities to serve our surrounding community. Throughout the year, our school sets aside time to minister to the neighboring areas with Ministry Day. Additionally, each class dedicates itself to regular and on-going service by partnering with a specific organization within the Capital Region and ministering to whatever the need may be.
Student Led Ministries
- Worship Team for 7th to 12th grade students
- Weekly Bible Study for 9th to 12th grade students
At Loudonville Christian School the heart of every member of the leadership team, faculty, and staff is to serve others. Whether it is within our families, churches, or communities Jesus calls us to humbly serve others. Sacrificial service reflects Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross and reflects good character in the heart of the individual.
LCS students are now able to serve the community of the Capital Region through the Service Internship, a graduation requirement for those in 9th-12th grades. Between the beginning of 9th grade and the close of 10th grade, students will need to serve one 8 Week Intensive Internship, meaning they will commit to a vetted location four afternoons a week for 8 weeks, overseen by a faculty supervisor. Between the start of the 11th grade year and mid May of the 12th grade year, students will have the option to serve another 8 Week Intensive or choose a more independently crafted internship that extends throughout the school year and totals 60 hours of service. Both options involve a faculty mentor and written responses that describe the impact of this internship.