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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.
A 3rd revival is scheduled towards the completion of the school year / spring semester, after final exams have taken place. This is a good time for students and faculty and staff alike to spend quality time before God, appreciating His Goodness to them over the past year. It is also a time of strengthening, going into the summer months.
Allegheny Educators’ Convention
- This convention is held in October with a special speaker. The emphasis is Christian education and the topics discussed are geared toward education.
Allegheny Missions Convention
- Home and foreign missionary services are conducted during the school year. The annual missions convention is held during the month of March.
- Students, Faculty and Staff gather for a nice evening of fellowship to celebrate Thanksgiving and all that it means. Each year the banquet can vary with food, songs, games, stories or anything special that the 2nd year class chooses (they host the event).
- The Christmas Banquet is much like the Thanksgiving Banquet, except it is celebrated closer to Christmas and the end of the semester. Student Council is in charge of hosting this event.
- This is an event shared by the college community and by school donors. Many notes of appreciation are given to one another in both words of expression and gifts. Many students are surprised with scholarships, faculty and staff are recognized for achievements and school donors are shown thanks for their gifts to the college. Most of all God is glorified and shown appreciation for His Goodness to the college.
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. All are welcomed to be in attendance.
This is a special time for all students. The graduating class will be honored for their accomplishments and challenged to make the next step in their lives with God’s leading. Non-graduating students will get to witness the testament to God’s faithfulness and man’s persistence to press on. After the graduation ceremony, all graduates, friends and family will get to attend a reception to celebrate the efforts of each gradutes academic journey.