Want to be on a TWU student worship team in the 2014/2015 academic year? What a great desire to have. Providing leadership for worship in song is vital for the life of any Christian community. We believe that God-honouring and effective leadership in all areas flows out of the life each team member lives before God and others. That’s why this application process is so important.
We desire to be a united community treasuring Christ above all. TWU's weekday chapel gatherings are just one of the ways in which we foster personal and communal transformation through God-centered worship and learning. This video highlights a few of the many speakers and artists who will contribute to the chapel experience during the 2013/2014 year.
Our goal is to help you keep Jesus Christ as your treasure in the midst of your busy life as a student, staff or faculty.
Join us every weekday from 11:00 - 11:30 am during the academic year in the Enarson Gymnasium.
Trinity Western chapels are a vibrant part of campus life. Every weekday at 11:00, hundreds of students, faculty, and staff head to the David Enarson Gym to be encouraged in their relationship with Jesus and challenged by the needs of our world through music, drama, dance, multimedia, teaching, prayer, and testimonies. Off-campus guests are welcome to attend at any time.
We do our very best to invite speakers who will speak to the issues you are interested in, especially as they relate to your relationship with God and your partnership with God in global mission. Speakers include world-renowned scholars, popular Christian speakers, Trinity Western faculty, local pastors, and global world-changers from marketplace and mission contexts.
Every Friday is a praise chapel where our campus celebrates together through prayer, singing and the reading of Scripture.
Every second Sunday evening at 8:00 pm, we have an extended student-led worship service called Sunday Night Alive (SNA). The hour-long service includes worship through music, corporate and individual prayer, testimonies, Scripture readings, and other creative elements.
Sunday Night Alive takes place in the Atrium, located in the south end of the Reimer Student Centre. Mark these dates in your calendar for this coming 2013-2014 year!