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Since AWC desires for its students to manifest spiritual growth, revivals are scheduled both in the fall and spring semesters. Refer to upcoming revival for dates and time. Your presence at these services will be an encouragement to our staff and students.
During the semesters chapel services are scheduled on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays between 11:30 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. Along with campus speakers, the college schedules guest speakers which include evangelists from surrounding churches as well as missionaries.
Each Wednesday evening a prayer meeting is held on the campus of AWC from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. The Ministerial Association and Mission Band are responsible for one Wednesday prayer meeting once a month. Dorm prayer meetings are led by the respective deans; also, students are encouraged to initiate their own prayer meetings. A thirty-minute corporate devotional is held in the Chapel each Tuesday and Thursday morning.
This convention is held in October with a special speaker. The emphasis is Christian education and the topics discussed are geared toward education.
Home and foreign missionary services are conducted during the school year. The annual missions convention is held during the month of March.
Van Wormer Lectures
A revival meeting is scheduled at the early part of each semester. The spring revival is called Van Wormer Lectures and the speaker usually focuses on a specific topic. The evening services are evangelistic. These meetings set the spiritual tone for that semester.
Harvest Days is held the first Friday evening in October. This is a time for graduates, former students, and those interested in the college to renew acquaintances and enjoy a program of music and award presentations.
This program is presented by the college choir at an off-campus site. Presently, we are using United Local High School, 8143 South Route 9, Hanoverton, OH.
The music director invites young people from churches and Christian day schools who do well playing instruments or singing to participate at this evening of music and fellowship. Vocal and instrumental solos, duets, or ensemble pieces are welcome. This program is held the first Friday evening in March at 7:00 p.m.
This is designed especially for all high school students and recent graduates. Parents and sponsors are encouraged to attend. Prayer meetings, classes, ball games, canoe rides, picnic and a musical program are part of the itinerary for Get-Acquainted Days. This is normally held the last Thursday and Friday of April.
In order to graduate, the student must have 135 (minimum) semester hours, and all core courses and program requirements must be completed. Diplomas will not be given until all financial obligations are fulfilled. Otherwise, diplomas will be kept in the Registrar’s Office until financial obligations are met.
College Summer Days
Want to live in a dormitory, eat in a college dining room, and enjoy Christian fun and fellowship with other young people? A guest speaker and many planned activities will make this two-day experience in a country setting unforgettable.