Spiritual Life Activities

Elementary School

Each day at Illinois Lutheran Elementary School begins with a devotion based upon a portion of Scripture. Daily, the students study basic stories from the Old and New Testaments of the Bible learning memory verses and life applications for each story. Each afternoon begins with a second devotion, and the afternoon closes with prayer. Weekly the students join together at a chapel service where God’s Word is shared with the students. Parents are welcome to attend.

High School and Junior High School

Students attend chapel daily. Two days per week chapel is a formal devotion led by a teacher or guest speaker. Two days per week chapel is held in smaller groups in student homerooms. One day per week chapel is led by one of the students. Frequently smaller choral or instrumental groups enhance the worship experience. Religion classes are required as part of our school program. We encourage all students to be involved in community service as a witness to their faith.

Meet Mr. Rimpel, Dean of Spiritual Life

Mr. Rimpel is a 1978 Graduate of Dr. Martin Luther College in New Ulm, MN. He holds a Masters of Social Sciences from Governor’s State University and a Masters of Arts in Religion from Wisconsin Lutheran Seminary in Mequon, WI. Mr. Rimpel has been teaching in Crete for 35 years. He currently teaches Junior and Senior Religion. As Dean of Spiritual Life, Mr. Rimpel is responsible for all aspects of spiritual life and oversees all worship opportunities for our students.

Mr. Rimpel says, “Illinois Lutheran provides a Christ-centered education that promotes a Biblical mindset to live out what has been learned.”