We teach the Bible as the inspired Word of God, upholding an Anabaptist interpretation. Faculty and staff encourage, mentor, and disciple students on developing a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, recognizing the presence of the Holy Spirit in daily life. We invite students to examine the significance of Christ’s teachings in all aspects of life, and we model and teach the way of Christ in dealing with life issues, conflict, and reconciliation. Bible classes are a part of our graduation requirements.
Two days a week students are challenged and enriched as a community of believers through the teachings of spiritual leaders from the local community, including pastors, youth pastors, wms faculty and staff, mission workers, parents, and others. Students also take part in weekly small groups where they expand on chapel services and discuss life matters.
- Who are the Mennonites?
- What do they believe?
- What type of education do they offer?
- WMS Faith & Beliefs Statement
RECENT SPIRITUAL LIFE STORIES
Join our student body in providing a little bit of warmth and joy to those who are stuck in the cold this holiday season!read more
Please join us in praying for our upcoming Spiritual Renewal Week November 16-20! Classes will be on an adjusted schedule to allow for extended chapel times each day.read more