SMUS is a non-denominational school that welcomes all faiths and beliefs. The school has a Chapel where you’ll join your classmates in a weekly gathering to reflect, listen and learn from other cultures, and build community. These gatherings are important in the context of the cultural, economic and geographic diversity that exists in our community, so we are all regularly reminded of our common aspirations and the values that hold us together.

Student voices take centre stage in chapel in several ways, including:

  • Students who speak about their experiences on international service trips
  • Club and council members who speak about their passions
  • Student speakers who come from different countries, and share their world views and experiences
  • The student Chapel team, which coordinates speakers and presenters, and offers feedback to the school Chaplain on the chapel program.