Faith at Work
Galatians 5:22-23 tells us that the fruits of the Holy Spirit are love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. When we trust in God, and live as disciples of Jesus, then the Holy Spirit works in our heart so that these attributes show in our thoughts, words, and actions. At Presbyterian School, we live into these values of God’s kingdom. Whether it’s through our Lower School classes serving alongside with our community mission partners, our Middle School students leading Chapel, or our Bible & Faith classes discussing what it means to be a neighbor to someone in need – we live into the fruits of the Spirit at PS.
The school gives thanks to God through weekly worship in grade-level, family, division-wide, and all-school chapels.
Members of First Presbyterian Church (FPC) staff partner with the School by coaching, teaching bible studies, sharing in chapel, supporting administrative needs and serving on the School's Board of Trustees.
5th-8th grade students have weekly opportunities to learn more from God's word outside of Chapel in Bible Class and lunchtime bible studies led by PS and FPC staff.
Four annual school service drives help gather essential food, shoes and books for community organizations including Nehemiah Center, Emergency Aid Coalition, Books Between Kids, and Kids Meals.