Chapel Life

What a joy it is to begin a school day with students, faculty, parents, and others at Morning Chapel. There is a definite sense of belonging that each member of the School community feels as everyone gathers together. Chapel at All Saints’ is a celebration of our School, our core values, and life. We meet in Coats Hall on Mondays through Thursdays from 8:15 – 8:30 a.m. to pause and reflect, to pray, to sing and laugh, and to share announcements about our community.
We also celebrate birthdays, and include time for a student, faculty or guest presentation. These topics may include a heritage focused slideshow from the Spanish class about the Day of the Dead, a Hip Hop song about Outreach, or a meditative talk from the Chaplain about peace.
Character Education topics are popular, as are biblical stories that are acted out, or illustrated by a class.
We mark Christian feasts and seasons such as Advent, Christmas and Easter and since we are blessed by our rich religious diversity, we also hear from students and local leaders about how they celebrate their holidays like Yom Kippur, Diwali or Ramadan.

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  • Holy Communion

    Holy Communion is celebrated once a month during regular Chapel time.
    All are invited to come forward to receive Communion or a touch blessing.
  • Pastoral Care

    Pastoral care for all members of the All Saints’ community is available through the School Chaplains Office, which is always open.
  • Chaplains' Class

    Bible study or special focus classes are provided periodically by the chaplain. All members of the All Saints’ parent community are invited to attend.
The spiritual life of All Saints’ Day School is overseen by Chaplain Holly Hudson-Louis, including daily chapels, religion classes, and the pastoral care of the school community.
She is also an advisor to the Outreach Program and serves as a bridge between All Saints' Church and the School.

All Saints' Church in Carmel

The Episcopal way is an inclusive tradition that values diversity and embraces the full spectrum of all human beings. In particular, one of the distinguishing characteristics of the Episcopal ethos is that we invite people of all religions to be members of our community. We believe that we have much to learn from one another.

We invite you to explore the All Saints' Episcopal Church website, or call (831) 624-3883 for more information.