Every Friday at 9:30 a.m in the Upper Turner Campus Center on Azusa Pacific’s East Campus, International Chapel provides space for APU's unique spiritual community to reflect on culturally diverse Christian perspectives. American and international students gather weekly for multicultural worship, small group fellowship, and teaching. A Global Pass is required to attend.
What to Expect
We are more than a weekly chapel gathering. We are a community that is:
- Interactive—we love to do things together.
- Intentional—we love to spend time together before and after chapel and during the week.
- Intercultural—we are American and international students coming together.
Sign Up for a Global Pass
Students wishing to attend International Chapel must have a Global Pass. We recommend that you get your Global Pass during the first three weeks of each semester. However, students can still get a Global Pass at any time during the school year. Once you fill out the online sign-up form, come to the International Center (link: Map) to pick up your Global Pass.
If you have any questions about the global pass, please email email@example.com.
Why a Global Pass?
Due the interactive, intentional, and intercultural nature of our chapel, we have discovered that it helps when a student understands what they are signing up for. A Global Pass helps us to convey that and keep the intentionality of our community intact.
There are three ways you can get involved with International Chapel:
- Sign up for a Global Pass and attend on chapel on Fridays.
- Join a weekly Ohana Group.
- Serve on one of our five International Chapel leadership teams:
- Mobilization Team
- Welcome Team
- Hospitality Team
- Worship Band
- Ohana Group Leader
Apply to be an International Chapel Leader
If you are interested in being an International Chapel leader, please fill out the online Student Leadership Application. Be sure to fill out all the supplemental items that are required to be an Ohana Group leader.
A completed application will include:
Office of the Campus Pastors