Redlands Adventist Academy Students Stay Connected

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Redlands Adventist Academy remains dedicated to ensuring their students continue to be spiritually connected through live and pre-recorded chapel videos each Friday. Although the elementary students have returned to in-person instruction, large gatherings are not allowed. So each Friday, grades K-6 enjoys a pre-recorded chapel video together. Students are also featured in the weekly chapel videos as the classes take turns reading the scripture, offering prayer, and providing fun-filled segments. Their junior high and high school students, although continuing to learn via distance learning, provide live chapels produced by their Campus Ministries team every Wednesday and Friday. The chapels feature student-led praise music, creative special features, and local speakers. They even produced a five-day Week of Prayer for their classmates. “Chapel has always been something at RAA that brings us together with each other and God,” Madison Molina, RAA’s ASB Religious Vice President said. “I would say that the majority of students miss that fellowship. Being able to have any of form of that is so vital to our student’s mental and spiritual health. God has truly blessed us with the ability to continue serving our student body.”

Click here to watch RAA’s weekly chapels on YouTube.

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