The inside scoop

Hello Everyone!

Welcome to the “4U” page! We created this page specifically to help you stay connected to college campus happenings. Many exciting things take place here, and we do not want you to miss out!

On this page, you will find information about upcoming events, such as College Summer Days and Get-Acquainted Days. Here is where you can access the link to pre-register for these events.

Occasionally, we post drawings you can enter for a chance to win prizes! Another neat aspect is that pictures are posted here to keep you up to date with college life! We also share devotionals and testimonies from current students to keep you encouraged spiritually.

We have an online chat set up for your convenience (blue button at the bottom right). You may use it to ask questions or simply chat with us. We will do our best to get back to you ASAP!

Take some time to look around and see what is new. A recent website feature we want you to be aware of is the AWC survey. This is the digital verson of a college interest card. Feel free to fill out and submit the survey so we can stay in contact with you! Looking forward to hearing from you soon!

Phone: 330.617.6448


Brentin Duvall

Student Recruiter, AWC

Fall Choir Tour Schedule

Fall Choir Tour  2023

Christmas choir tour begins in two weeks!! Mark the date on your calendar and plan to attend a service near to you! We would love to see you at one of our services! Here are the Dates and Locations:

November 29 – Conneaut, OH- East Conneaut AWMC- 7:00 pm

November 30 – Marion, OH- Marion AWMC- 7:00 pm

December 1 – Butler, PA- Butler AWMC- 7:00 pm

December 2 – Boardman, OH- Southern Park Mall- Noon-1:00 pm

December 3 a.m. – Greenville, PA- North Salem AWMC- 10:30 am

December 3 p.m. – Franklin, PA- Franklin AWMC- 6:30 pm

December 10 a.m. – New Bethlehem, PA- Cottage Hill AWMC- 11 am

December 10 p.m. – Meadville, PA- Allida Smith Memorial AWMC- 6:00 pm

Fall Fest & Harvest Day

Hey, hope y’all are enjoying autumn! It is such a fun time of year filled with bonfires, hayrides, and colorful leaves! Here’s some pictures from the fall events hosted on campus recently! 

Autumn Riddle Challenge Prize Winners!!

Hey everyone! Welcome back to the 4u page! Today we are announcing who won the giftcards from the Autumn Riddle Challege:

and the winners are…


  • Kendra Knight!
  • & Ashley Reese!

Great job! Enjoy your Starbucks gift cards! Stay tuned to the 4u page for upcoming challenges, posts and more exciting news!!

Upcoming Event: Harvest Days 2023

AWC is hosting Harvest Days on October 20th! Plan to attend for an evening of fun, food and friends! The AWC choir and ensemble will be providing special music, along with a mass choir of students from Allegheny’s Christian Day Schools. The pastoral, missions, education, and music departments will have displays set up, and will also be serving refreshments.

Samuel’s Testimony

by Samuel West

I grew up in a Christian home. My dad was a pastor, and then we moved to the mission field. However, my spiritual life was not good. I would try, and then give up. I struggle with being overly conscientious at times. Being conscientous is one thing, but being overly conscientous is another. The devil is mean and lies to confuse God’s children. This is what happened to me over and over. I was not like some people who always wanted to serve God, but they struggled. I think I had more of a desire to serve God when I was younger, but this changed as I got older. I would run from God and do my own thing, then I would try to be a Christian. After awhile, I would give up. During part of this time, I thought about getting back to God. The problem was sins that I didn’t want to reveal. Also, the devil would lie to keep me from returning to God. 

Finally, my life came to a turning point. I came to the US for my senior year of high school. I graduated from Stoneboro Wesleyan School. After graduating, I had to go to one year of Bible College. That was what my mom wanted, anyway. My dad wanted me to attend Bible College too, but for some reason I always blamed my mom. I went through the first semester without any real spiritual help. However, Allegheny Wesleyan College was good for me. If I had been out in the world, I may never returned to God. During the spring revival of 2023, I came back to God. I ran from Him during the revival, but finally, God pulled me to Him, with the help of a friend. The altar call had finished and people were praying at the altar. I knelt by my seat. The friend asked me about my spiritual condition. We talked. I made excuses. Finally, I decided to go to the altar. That night, Jesus saved me. I knew this was not the end of the battle. I knew that I needed to be sanctified soon in order to stay a Christian. The next night, God sanctified me. All glory belongs to Jesus!

Since that night, it has not always been easy. Yet, I know the reason I am still a Christian today is Jesus! Without Him, I would not have been saved. Without Him, I would not have had another chance. Without Him, I would not still be saved. Without Him, I would quickly fail. Jesus is the one one worth living for!

To anyone out there who is struggling spiritually, I say “Do not give up!’ I know this sounds cliche, but it is true. Trust Jesus because He said He would never leave us!

During our recent Fall revival, God was very real. Bro. Thompson brought practical, helpful messages. I sensed God reviving me during the revival. I went through the revival knowing that I had to have more of God. I am confident that God will draw nearer to me if I want more of Him, and that is the desire of my heart!

Autumn Riddle Challenge-Fall ’23

Hey Everyone! Here is a quick challenge for you to do! Below is a list of riddles. See if you can answer them correctly. Two people with the highest scores will be entered into a drawing to win a $15 Starbucks Gift Card! We want you to be able to enjoy one of your favorite mmm-so-delicious Fall flavored drinks! You will need to submit your answers no later than October 13th!

Here are a few rules for the challenge:

  • You cannot use google to find the answers.
  • You may ask a parent or sibling for hints.
  • Have fun!

Below are the Riddles you will be asked. When you think you know the correct answers, take the challenge!

  • If there are three apples and you took away two, how many do YOU have?
  • How do you fix a flat pumpkin?
  • What is a scarecrow’s favorite fruit?
  • If money really did grow on trees, what would be everyone’s favorite season?
  • As fall progresses, the nights become colder. It is delicious food that can be eaten off of a cob holder. I wonder what it could be?
  • What do you get when you drop a pumpkin?


Autumn Riddle Challenge-Fall '23

Before you take the quiz, please fill out this form! We want to make sure we can contact you if you win a prize!

1 / 6

As fall progresses, the nights become colder. It is delicious food that can be eaten off of a cob holder. I wonder what it could be?

2 / 6

What do you get when you drop a pumpkin?

3 / 6

If money really did grow on trees, what would be everyone's favorite season?

4 / 6

What is a scarecrow's favorite fruit?

5 / 6

How do you fix a flat pumpkin?

6 / 6

If there are three apples and you took away two, how many do YOU have?

Your score is

Ministry Team Travels-Summer ’23

This summer AWC ministry teams (Rejoice, Proclaim and the Youth Camp Team) had the opportunity to be a part of multiple youth camps and family camps, in addition to ministering in song at various churches. These groups had the privilege of traveling to a number of different states in their ministry endeavors including: South Dakota, Maine, Michigan and North Carolina! AWC’s school motto is, “Where God is first,” and we desire to keep that the focus of our outreach as well. Please keep our ministry teams in your prayers as they continue to travel throughout the semester!

Get-Acquainted Days 2023

We had a great time hosting our annual Get-Acquainted Days event here on our campus April 27-28! The theme was “One Big Fish” emphasizing the importance of placing yourself in a good environment for spiritual growth. The teens got to tour campus, and experience college life by attending mini class with professors from the Missions, Music, Education and Youth Ministry programs. We also enjoyed the amazing underwater “aquarium” decorations, the yummy snacks and fun games of volleyball!

Get Acquainted Days Prize Winner!

The 4rd GAD drawing winner is Matthew Ewing! Congratations on winning the Columbia water bottle! A big thank you to all who pre-registered and attended Get-Aquainted Days to receive your prizes!

Get Acquainted Days Prize Winner!

The 3rd GAD drawing winner is David Lawrence! Congrats! Be sure to attend Get-Acquainted Days on April 27-28 to receive your under armour ball cap!

Stay tuned to the 4U page for more weekly drawing announcements, and pre-register for GAD for your chance to win!