Spiritual Life

Spiritual life is a part of every program, subject, activity, and classroom as DMC. We desire for our students to be passionate apprentices of Christ, recognizing their story in God’s story. Students learn they are created on purpose, for a purpose, and go on to live out that purpose at DMC and beyond. 

Flourish means to grow or develop in a healthy or vigorous way. DMC intentionally deepens the student experience and creates an environment where students flourish. 

"The righteous will flourish like a palm tree ... they will grow like a cedar planted in the house of the Lord, they will flourish in the courts of our God." Psalm 92:12-13

Chapel

At the center of spiritual life are weekly chapel services with worship, music, prayer, testimonies, videos, and guest speakers. Leadership opportunities also exist for students interested in worship teams. 

Project Local

Students engage in acts of service, as the hands and feet of Christ, by partnering with nonprofit organizations across the metro.  

Mission Trips

High school students have the opportunity to participate in annual mission trips to Haiti, Honduras and the Dominican Republic.

Spiritual Emphasis Week  

This week is all about intentionally pausing he program and taking time to emphasize  the truth we are rooted in

Worldview Days

Students take a purposeful look at culturally popular topics and issues with a Biblical lens. During this event we pull back the curtain of mainstream messaging to reveal the truths God has in his Scripture around some of the biggest issues in life today. Students hear from keynote speakers, experience break out sessions and serve local nonprofit organizations during Worldview Days. 

Other Opportunities 

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

A community working to see the world transformed by Jesus Christ through the influence of student athletes.

Spiritual Life Programming Team

This team works to fluidly plan and direct all spiritual life programs in high school. Each team will execute within their own gifts to plan events like Chapel, Worldview, Spiritual Emphasis, National Day of Prayer, and new forms of discipleship on campus.