Here at PSAA, we strive to follow the example of Jesus, who calls us to “love others as you would want to be loved.” We seek to live this calling of love both on and off our campus. Through weekly chapels, prayer gatherings, and spontaneous interactions with each other, we encourage each other to love as Jesus exemplified in the Gospel stories. We pursue a campus atmosphere where the teachings of Jesus are not mere theory but realized in our actions.
We also seek to love others off our campus. At least once a month, we collectively do community service projects. Sometimes these projects involve all of our students at once. At other times we serve others in our local community in smaller groups. We deliver food and clothes to the homeless of Pioneer Square. We visit the elderly in nearby rest homes. We also work to improve our nearby parks and other public facilities.
Beyond our local environment, we also seek to serve those in other cities of America and around the world. Every two years we go on a mission project somewhere in the United States. On the other years, we go on an international mission project. For these mission projects, our common denominator is to identify a group of destitute people and provide materials and our labor to improve their dignity and quality of life.
Whether it is within our walls, in the nearby community, or on the other side of the world, we take seriously the call to be like Jesus, who came “not to be served but to serve.”
PSAA supports an active campus ministries program whose goal is to provide each student with the opportunity to be involved in some form of ministry. The officers are composed of elected class pastors.
Students have the opportunity to participate in:
•Week of Prayer
•Local Area Church Worships
•Regular Outreach Activities
•Student Tutor Programs
•Community Service Projects
•Spiritual Retreats/Bible Conferences