All students attend chapel every second week during term time. The messages typically give a Christian perspective on the themes of self, leadership, character and empathy - which constitute Kinross Wolaroi’s focus for well-being. Emphasis is also given to our school values of love, courage, respect, inclusiveness, resilience and commitment. These are presented as principles of positive and holy living. Chapel is seen as part of spiritual and personal formation grounded within the Uniting Church’s relational theological ethos.
The School’s Christian Fellowship Group, called ‘Hope’, meets every Friday lunch - usually in Room 21. All are welcome and we encourage anyone who is interested in learning more about God to attend, or who is simply keen to meet up with others for mutual encouragement in their faith journey. We recognise that teen years are often a tough time in a world with mixed messages. This group provides a place to question life, faith and scripture, and to explore the wisdom of God in the Christian tradition.
Boarders attend a church service at Orange Uniting Church in Anson street on two Sundays during Term time. This is an opportunity for them to be part of a local congregation and to mix with the wider Orange community. Day students, their families and staff are also welcome to attend these services. Any boarding student’s individual expression of faith is supported by the School and arrangements can be made for those wanting to attend particular Sunday services on the other weekends.