Exceptional Education, Formed in Faith

Chapel Services

Students at Carroll Lutheran School attend Chapel Services each Wednesday. Services are led by a pastor from our Church community. We are blessed to have a wonderful rotation of ministers to help lead the students in their ongoing faith formation and service to others. Students actively participate during chapel in a number of ways, including acting as acolytes, reading Scripture, and singing.

Middle school students worship each week with their Chapel Buddy from the primary grades. This mentorship is one of the blessings of a K-8 school community.

Parents and family members are welcome and encouraged to attend our services. In keeping with our mission of service to the community, we take monetary collections for chosen charities and collect various items for donation to local community non profits.

2022 – 2023 Chapel Donations:

September 6th – Bath Soap or a bottle of Shampoo
September 14th – Bath Soap or a bottle of Shampoo
September 21st – Monetary donation to benefit ELCA Good Gifts
September 28th – Monetary donation to benefit ELCA Good Gifts
October 5th – Diapers (adult and/or child) or Baby Wipes
October 12th – Diapers (adult and/or child) or Baby Wipes
October 19th – Monetary donation to benefit ELCA Good Gifts
October 26th – Monetary donation to benefit ELCA Good Gifts
November 2nd – Non perishable or canned item to benefit CC Food Sunday
November 9th –  Non perishable or canned item to benefit CC Food Sunday
November 16th – Non perishable or canned item to benefit CC Food Sunday
November 30th- Giving Tree Donation (more information to be provided)
December 7th – Giving Tree Donation (more information to be provided)
December 14th – Peanut Butter and/or Jelly
January 4th – Peanut Butter and/or Jelly
January 11th – Box of Cereal
January 18th – Box of Cereal
January 25th – Monetary donation to benefit ELCA Good Gifts
February 1 – Trash bags
February 15th – Trash bags
February 22nd – Dish Soap or a Box of Tissues
March 1st – Dish Soap or a Box of Tissues
March 8th – Bottle of hand lotion or lip balm
March 15th – Bottle of hand lotion or lip balm
March 22nd – Monetary donation to benefit ELCA Good Gifts
March 29th – Monetary donation to benefit ELCA Good Gifts
April 12th – Box of Cake Mix and/or a Can of Frosting
April 19th – Box of Cake Mix and/or a Can of Frosting
April 26th – Diapers (adult and/or child) or Baby Wipes
May 3rd – Diapers (adult and/or child) or Baby Wipes
May 10th – Monetary donation to benefit Habitat for Humanity
May 17th – Toothpaste and/or Toothbrush
May 24th – Monetary donation to benefit Humane Society of Carroll County
May 31st – Monetary donation to benefit Humane Society of Carroll County

*ELCA (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America) provides more than 50 different gift-giving options that grow the church, fight hunger and transform lives. These gifts, starting at just $10, provide direct support for the churchwide ministries of the ELCA.  CLS supports this mission by purchasing animals that will provide valuable resources to families in need.

*Carroll County Food Sunday (CCFS) is a local, non-profit organization of volunteers and members of the community coming together as neighbors helping neighbors by supporting Carroll County residents in meeting their emergency and supplemental food needs.

*Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit organization that helps families build and improve places to call home. They believe affordable housing plays a critical role in strong and stable communities.

*Humane Society of Carroll County is a local, non profit organization that has been advocating for the health and proper care of animals for nearly 75 years.  With a goal of finding suitable, loving homes for abandoned and stray animals, and enforcing state and county animal laws, the Humane Society continues its legacy of advocating for the humane treatment of animals.

*The Shepherd’s Staff is a nondenominational Christian outreach and support center, serving those in crisis in Carroll County, Maryland.  They are 100% donor funded — they receive no federal, state or county funding.  Shepherd’s Staff provides critical services including helping individuals and families who need access to basic household and hygiene supplies, backpacks and school supplies, coats, help with utilities or housing, and other important support services.

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