Chaplain Society is a group of high school students that come together on Mondays at lunch to pray for the school community, plan games for chapel, and organize Night of Worship Events.
Chaplain Society (aka ChapSo) was created to encourage a group of students to become prayer warriors over the school, watching for classmates who are need of prayer, reaching out to those who need a word of encouragement, and living out the Christian faith daily at school. BAIS is filled with many teachers and staff members who lead students everyday in the walk of faith, but ChapSo is a great opportunity for students to encourage their own friends and classmates, taking the lead to be spiritually minded and motivated.
ChapSo members have led their classmates in class prayer at the beginning of every month, encouraging their class to share prayer requests and praying over them together. They also organize Worship Nights for the student body each quarter in order to provide an opportunity for their peers and the community to come together and worship outside of chapel or church. Additionally, chapel games, announcements, intro to worship, and offering are organized by ChapSo each week.
Chaplin Society’s goal is to be prayerful about our school’s spiritual health and create a group of students who are good examples to their peers.
“Chaplain Society is made up of students and exists for students. We exist to help and pray for our peers when they need encouragement. We exist to glorify God.”