Spiritual Life

Cincinnati Christian School intentionally embeds spiritual formation and development into the various aspects of our school culture, including academics, athletics, the arts, and extracurricular activities. In addition to the countless organic conversations, Bible studies, prayer, and service, we also feature different organized events throughout the week and school year.

A spiritual life focus is an indispensable part of our culture at CCS, and it is woven throughout our academics, athletics, arts, and extracurricular activities. The organized spiritual life activities that exist throughout the week and school year complement ongoing organic conversations, Bible studies, prayer gatherings, and service endeavors.


Chapel takes place once a week at both campuses. At our elementary campus, our chapel leader, Bob Frymire, coordinates two chapel services to be age-appropriate for student’s kindergarten to third grade and fourth through sixth grades.  Whereas, chapel in the Junior/Senior High Campus is planned and led by the chapel leadership class.

As the foundation and cornerstone of what we believe, every student is enrolled in a Bible course while they are a student at CCS.  Elementary students are instructed by their classroom teachers, while in the JH/SH the Biblical Studies Department engages students with courses that range from surveys of Old and New Testaments to Apologetics and Personal Discipleship.

A wide variety of mission and service trips exist for students to engage our community and the world for Christ.  Throughout the school year, students have the opportunity to take part in local mission trips and community service projects, as well as travel both domestically and internationally.  CCS partners with Samaritan’s Purse to provide domestic mission trip opportunities in areas that have been devastated by recent storms in the southern United States.  Our sister school in the Dominican Republic, Project Mañana, affords our students the occasion to travel internationally to work at the school, provide needed construction, and distribute water filtration systems to those in need. We believe that the combination of study and practical application fuels our students’ spiritual growth and development in the lives of our students.