Chapel Rotation Four Finishes
March 5, 2021
Seniors Create Crosses
In chapel during the week of March 1-March 5 the seniors were in the MP, the artistic expressions station, and spent their time creating metal crosses. They were given metal wires and Mrs. Cassinelli, who ran the chapel, gave the seniors instruction as they went on how to create a cross.“I felt like the purpose was to represent our relationship with God and how we are intertwined with him in our lives,” senior Max Kroll said. After they had built the crosses they were able to add beads, rope, and other color wire to their crosses if they desired to. The hope of building these crosses was a way to show our love for God and build a stronger relationship with him. “It made me feel closer to him,” Max said.
Freshman Students Have Group Discussions
In chapel during the week of March 1-March the freshman all met in room 104, the testimonies station, and heard Mr. Paulo Mikelionis testimony. Mr. Mikelionis, or Mr. M, as he is better known, is a PE teacher in the Elementary School and also has coached many high school sports over the years.
“The topic of Mr. M’s testimony is about how we can find identity in our lives through God,” freshman Nathan McLendon said. Toward the end of his presentation, Mr. M told the students to split into small groups to discuss what they heard and how they could build on it. “What I liked most about his testimony is that he talked about experiences that we could relate to our lives as freshmen in high school.” Nathan said.