Ways to Grow
Students don’t just look forward to chapel — they thrive on it. Summit’s daily chapel services are the catalyst for spiritual formation on campus.
Daily corporate chapel services are an important and transformative time for our student body to gather and engage in Christ-centered worship and the Word. Hearing new covenant Biblical truths from seasoned men and women provides spiritual refreshment and impact.
Worldwide Prayer Meeting
Students are given the opportunity to participate in Times Square Church’s Worldwide Prayer Meeting, which is live-streamed Wednesdays at 7PM EST and has online participants in more than 200 countries and dependencies.
Learn more at itstimetopray.org
TSC Summit Campus
Meeting Sundays at 10AM, Times Square Church Summit Campus serves as the home church for Summit students as well as the local community.
Every year, Summit hosts a series of services and seminars for our students which renew and rekindle passion for the work of God in their lives. Our leadership from Times Square Church, as well as special guests speakers, spend two days speaking on a variety of topics to encourage and inspire.
Learn Biblical, hands-on approaches to engaging in ministry. Become equipped with skills to make a difference in your home, church, and community.
Workshops & Seminars
Learn from leaders who excel in their field.
Summit invites a select number of guest lecturers to host topical seminars or workshops. The topics they cover are unique and varied, with one unifying theme: sharing the gospel. We have welcomed speakers from every continent on the globe, including countries like Israel, Ireland, Japan, Nigeria, Scotland, and India. One of our favorite workshops, hosted by Times Square Church Music, focuses on worship, songwriting, and musical arrangement.
Day of Waiting
& Summit Week
Certain times of the year, students take a break from homework, exams, and after class events. They are encouraged to seek out time with the Lord. Chapels are often extended so the Lord can speak while we wait. It may seem counter-intuitive at a Bible school to stop “doing”, but in fact these times of just “being” in the presence of God without agenda can be some of our most productive times of all.