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Chapel

Chapel Talks

- St. Albans School Philosophy

"St. Albans helps boys develop their spiritual gifts in service of the greater community... and believes that the spiritual growth of its students gives meaning to their intellectual and physical endeavors."
Once or twice a week, Upper School students participate in a chapel service held in the Little Sanctuary. There, school chaplains, teachers, alumni, and students address the community about the spiritual challenges and opportunities encountered every day.

We include a sample of chapel talks compiled throughout the school year.

List of 10 news stories.

  • Doors

    Grant Brown, Form A Math Teacher
    With Form II on the cusp of entering Upper School, Mr. Brown offered a chapel talk on transitions and perspective.
  • Altruism, Redemption, and Forgiveness

    By Teddy Palmore ’23, Form II Vestry Member
    A story of two heroes. 
  • Peaks and Valleys

    By Henry Brown ’23, Form II Vestry Member
    Friendship, nature, and favorite activities help students through the peaks and valleys of Lower School.
  • The Power of Music

    By Jake Fife ’23, Form II Vestry Member
    A Lower School chapel talk on the power of music to raise us above the turmoil and to lift our souls.
  • Star of Wonder

    The Rev. Leslie E. Chadwick, Lower School Chaplain
    The Rev. Chadwick offered this homily to the Lower School about the Feast of Epiphany.
  • What Do You Want to Do with This Day?

    By Ben Burgess ’19, Senior Warden
  • The One Who Showed Him Mercy

    By the Rev. Leslie E. Chadwick, Lower School Chaplain
  • Eternity

    By Rev. Brooks Hundley, Upper School Chaplain
    Enjoy the Rev. Hundley’s homily from the Class of 2018’s Senior Communion.
  • Home

    Christian Hanway ’16, Senior Warden
  • The Result of Our Experiences

    By Sam Akhavan ’16
Located in Washington D.C.,  St. Albans School is a private, all boys day and boarding school. For more than a century, St. Albans has offered a distinctive educational experience for young men in grades 4 through 12. While our students reach exceptional academic goals and exhibit first-rate athletic and artistic achievements, as an Episcopal school we place equal emphasis upon moral and spiritual education.