For Christ...Heart, Soul, Mind, Strength

Spiritual Life

Middle School students are in a unique place in life and a pivotal place on their faith journey. The entire scope of instruction at CHCMS is to lead students toward identity in Christ and show them the importance of developing obedience and commitment in their individual walks with Christ. We pursue this end through weekly Chapel, Bible Class and our Ministry Outreach Program.


The weekly Middle School Chapel service is designed to ignite or stir up a fire in the hearts of students through dynamic worship, Biblical teaching and inspirational testimonies from guest speakers. Our desire is to provide a place where students can experience the love and power of God while being challenged in their faith and walk with Jesus Christ.


The Bible department at CHCMS is built upon the idea of relationship. We are created for relationships, first with God and then with others and the culture in which we live. Whether it's the Old Testament in 6th Grade, the New Testament in 7th Grade, or focusing on transformation in 8th Grade, it's all about relationships.

Ministry Outreach

Since its inception, a key component of education in our Middle School has been a focus on service and outreach. As the school has grown, our outreach has expanded, giving us the opportunity to partner with a greater number of ministries as we strive to help meet the needs of our community.

In addition to our local ministry partnerships, the program now consists of a variety of steps designed with purpose and impact to take our students through process of first understanding the needs of the urban poor within our community to ultimately serving beyond it and impacting our nation for Christ.

Ministry in Motion

Three times throughout the school year, our students are divided into smaller groups that branch out and serve over 22 different ministries in our community. Partnering with such organizations as World Vision, the Salvation Army, Denver Rescue Mission, Ronald McDonald House, senior centers, private and public inner city schools, and various local food banks, 100 percent of our students and staff are involved in helping to meet the needs of our community. Through assisting with such tasks as serving lunch, packing food bags, sorting medical supplies, tutoring young children, packing international care bags and more, our students experience first hand what is it like to work in a relief ministry and experience the blessing of serving others.

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