As part of the annual celebration of MLK Day at Andrews University, students from New Life Fellowship donated items to help those less fortunate and organized a food drive.
Every Sabbath afternoon, busloads of students head to nearby Benton Harbor to offer prayer, friendship and mentoring to inner-city children, youth and adults.
Students gather together in Bible study to learn more about our Creator.
Community service is integral to Andrews University life. Each year students participate in many projects that serve our local communities.
Every spring hundreds of students, faculty and community members volunteer for the Easter Passion Play, an interactive indoor/outdoor experience held during Easter weekend.
Professors pause before lectures to invite God into the classroom, one of the many ways where faith and learning intersect at Andrews.
Friday evenings are a special time on campus, when we welcome the Sabbath with vespers of various themes and cultural contexts.
Students participate in weekly Chapel services each Thursday morning.
Another worship service! Another opportunity to praise God! Another chance to Affirm our Faith!
New LIfe Fellowship meets each Sabbath morning in the Seminary Chapel for dynamic worship led by Chaplain Nixon. This particular service celebrated African heritage.
Students lead in praise and worship at weekly Chapel services.
Roman soldiers approach the angel-surrounded tomb where Jesus lies, during the Easter Passion Play resurrection scene.
From the moment you arrive at Andrews to the time you graduate, prayer will be a part of your life. Graduates kneel to thank God for blessing their Andrews journey and seek His guidance in their new careers.
An Andrews student poses with local children on a mission trip to do her part to "Change the World."
In triumphant victory, Jesus rises from the grave during the resurrection scene at the Easter Passion Play. Each year, more than 6,000 visitors come to our campus to see this very scene—the reason for our faith.
Spectators observing the solemn moment when Jesus is "nailed" to the cross between two thieves during the Easter Passion Play crucifixion scene.