Whether in academics, the arts, or athletics, biblical truth is at the heart of who we are at Linden Christian School. Our goal is to help students grow in their relationship with Christ as they study, understand, and obey God’s Word and develop a biblical worldview.

Beginning in the earliest grades, students attend weekly chapels and are taught daily Bible lessons at an age-appropriate level. As students mature, additional academic and extra-curricular opportunities exist to challenge them in their faith and to help them grow in their understanding of God and the principles of Scripture. Mission projects, weekly chapel time, leadership development, prayer times, and Bible instruction all contribute to the spiritual journey.

A Biblical Worldview

At Linden Christian School, students seek to see and understand the world through God’s eyes, while growing to be devoted followers of Christ and becoming compassionate community members.

Biblical Worldview

The study of the Bible is a required part of the curriculum. The goal of the curriculum is for students to “grow in wisdom, stature and in favour with God” (Luke 2:40). In the pursuit of wisdom, emphasis is placed on practical application of the Bible, recognizing God calls us to not just be hearers of the Word, but doers as well (James 1:23). The New International Version of the Bible is used in all classes.


All aspects of instruction at Linden Christian School is geared to be thought-provoking and to direct students to reflect on the choices they make. Being challenged at chapel is just one of the approaches we use. Chapel is a community where students can experience God in the ways they have been gifted; it is a prayerful place where students can explore their relationship with God and grow in their knowledge of Him; and it is a safe place to rest in the presence of God away from the pressures of daily life.

Compassionate Community Members

Our focus of building compassionate community members is demonstrated through our ongoing support of World Vision Outreach, Operation Christmas Child, Compassion Canada, local class projects, and partnerships with mission organizations.

Spiritual Development

Early Years: Spiritual Development

At LCS we seek to equip students to love and serve God. Bible is taught as a subject area in K–4 by the classroom teacher. Students and teachers spend time exploring the Bible, memorizing scripture, and praying together. Twice each week, students and teachers meet together for chapel. Chapels are a special time of singing praises to God, learning from God’s Word, and praying together.

Each Early Years classroom partners with a missionary or mission organization to provide prayer and support. Kindergarten students might collect toothbrushes for inner-city children while Grade 3 students provide shoes and meals for children in the Dominican Republic. As Early Years educators, our goal is to teach these young children that they can make a difference in the lives of others by acting as the hands and feet of Jesus.

Middle Years: Spiritual Development

The Grade 5–8 years are a confusing yet exhilarating time for children as they transition into their teens. Their world becomes larger and more complex; their curiosity and capacity continue to expand exponentially as they seek a place for themselves. At LCS, we seek to guide students toward becoming astute and active members of our school community and the communities beyond them.

Prayer is a regular part of the day for staff and students. Our Middle Years students pray daily with their homeroom teachers; many of our Grade 7 and 8 students and staff also attend weekly prayer meetings at lunch time or before school.

Chapels take place once per six-day cycle and are grouped separately, into Grade 5–6 and Grade 7–8. We focus on topics that teach students how to apply their learning to everyday experiences. Chapels are a time for students to explore their relationship with God as they worship Him and build community with each other in a safe environment.

Students are involved with mission projects like World Vision and Operation Christmas Child. Students are given opportunities to participate in service ministries that include interacting with seniors in the community, serving at Winnipeg Harvest, and connecting with missionary families and supporting them through prayer.


Senior Years: Spiritual Development

The Senior Years are a time of remarkable growth and change. During this challenging time, students begin to make their own decisions about how to be adults in the world. Our teaching staff, Senior Years Counsellor, and Youth Pastor are available to address the personal issues and struggles students face. Our staff members provide guidance while still accepting and encouraging students as independent individuals.

During this often difficult time for young people, a strong faith foundation supports personal growth. Along with regular Bible classes, students can join special study groups during spares and lunch periods. Prayer is also an essential and powerful piece of everyday life at LCS.

Our Senior Years students also experience spiritual growth by serving as mentors to one another and by providing leadership to younger students. During weekly chapels, there are numerous opportunities for students to lead and participate, and they are challenged and intellectually stimulated by dynamic biblical teachers and speakers. As well, each year, Grade 11 and 12 students may apply to participate in a cross-cultural mission trip to Guatemala.

Guatemala Publication 2020

Spiritual Care

Linden Christian School is a biblically-based learning community where students grow to be… devoted followers of Christ and compassionate community members.

Linden Christian School helps students on their journey with Jesus as they discover God’s life changing power. Our goal is to see students flourish and fully experience the abundant life that God has for them. We rejoice with students when they succeed and support them when they struggle. We will all go through difficult times. At Linden, we understand this and want to help students navigate difficult seasons and circumstances. We have a spiritual care team that is intentional about building relationships with students and offering support. Students often need encouragement, a challenge or a listening ear to keep them moving forward in life and faith. We strive to create an environment where students can be themselves and become the people God has designed them to be.

For students to grow in their knowledge of God and love for Jesus we have weekly chapels, Bible studies, service projects, retreats, prayer meetings, and global missions opportunities. As the Director of Spiritual Care and Campus Life, I look forward to helping students learn to serve God and the world around them.

-Josh Dalzell / Leader of Spiritual Care and Campus Life