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Symposium presents ideas for Improving chapel services

The consensus from a 2012 symposium on high school chapel services: Make chapel planning more collaborative. The symposium, held at the Calvin Institute of Christian Worship, which promotes worship renewal, was open to students, staff and teachers who plan chapel services in North American high schools. Participants learned how to notice what their community does in worship and why, explored the power of vertical language and open-ended worship and heard from peers. An article by Joan Huyser-Honig for the institute’s website discusses the ideas developed at the symposium for improving chapel services. The full audio of the symposium is also available, as are related resource links and discussion questions. In a separate interview, panelist Ben Dykhouse outlines a chapel planning process that engages students

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