Our focus on foundation matters is seen not just in our formal curriculum but through rigorous practice and hands-on ministry experience.
APTS encourages students to experience a deeper and more dynamic spiritual development as part of their seminary life. Regular chapel services, a Spiritual Emphasis Week, Selah Nights, small group sessions, and local church involvement forms an essential part of this process.
The Chapel Service is an integral part of theAPTS community and probably the most effective measure of one’s spiritual life on campus. It provides a balance between the Pentecostal identity against the academic and scholarly identity of campus life.
The Seminary community—students, faculty, and staff—gather in Husrt Chapel three times a week, from 11:20am to 12:30pm on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thrusdays. The faculty and students take turns on preaching the word. We welcome you to join the APTS chapel services anytime youare around in the Baguio area.
On Fridays, the community gathers in different small groups hosted by various members of the faculty. These informal gatherings are designed to be times of fellowship, fun, prayer, and sharing of cultural views and personal testimonies. In other words, it’s pretty much the best & long-awaited time of the week for students. Faculty members host these gatherings to nurture interpersonal relationships and build community spirit among students & the faculty.