- Athletes: August 20th begins training week
- New Students: August 24th begins new student orientation
- Returning Students: August 26th
- Classes Begin: August 28th
October 10–11, 2013
2013 Alumni Homecoming
Reconnect with friends and fellow-servants at Appalachian Bible College and
enjoy fellowship and challenging Bible teaching. ABC staff will oversee exciting
programs for your children and teens, including Alpine adventure activities!
Learn more about the 2013 Alumni Homecoming.
October 13, 2013
Ladies Fall Luncheon
October 19, 2013
2013 Bridge Day
Bridge Day quickly becomes a highlight for students during their time at ABC. As the largest extreme sports event in the world, students flock to see individuals BASE jump from the 876' tall and second largest single arch bridge. Though students don't attend to jump, you will find them scattered throughout the crowd seizing the opportunity for ministry. With nearly 100,000 people gathered, surely, God has prepared some of those hearts to be harvested for His glory.
October 28–November 1, 2013
Prayer Emphasis Week
The week prior to the Missions Conference each year is dedicated to an emphasis on prayer. During these days prayer is given additional attention in classes, chapel hours, and individual relationships. This has become a time for the campus family to prepare their hearts for the special emphasis on the harvest fields of the world in the week to follow. Will you join us?
November 4–6, 2013
2013 Missions Conference
Experience the results of "hands-on" training during ABC's annual Missions Conference. The details of this event are
worked out by the student body as they function together in a variety of committees.
Learn more about the Missions Conference.
November 23-December 1, 2013
Moms and Dads warm up those ovens, "Susie" and "Johnny" are headed home.
December 7&8, 2013
Appalachian Bible College invites you to brighten your Christmas season by joining us this year as our Music Department shares many of your favorite Christmas songs. Saturday, December 7th at 7pm and Sunday, December 8th at 3pm.
December 10, 2013
Mt. Olive Prison & Montgomery Bank Ministry
Each year throughout the Christmas season the Music Department of Appalachian Bible College takes advantage of the opportunity to serve two unique locations. Both the Mt. Olive Prison and the Montgomery Bank welcome the ABC Chorale and additional ensembles. Through their hospitality students are exposed to different ministry settings and able to experience service outside the classroom.
December 13, 2013
An evening of fine dining and fellowship arranged by the Senior class designed to share and celebrate the joy of Christmas.
December 20 - January 7
January 27-29, 2014
Pinter Lecture Series
This series honors the 40-year service of Dr. Joseph K. Pinter on the faculty and administration. The Pinter Lecture Series, under the direction of ABC, is committed to providing quality, fundamental lectures on critical issues facing today's biblical servant.
February 7, 2014
Daniel L. Anderson Leadership Symposium
The primary task of leadership is the development of others. The Servant Leadership Symposium was established by the board of directors in 2008, in honor of Dr. Daniel L. Anderson’s 25th year as president of Appalachian Bible College to carry out his desire to develop the next generation of Biblical Servant Leaders and propagate his passion to sustain a rich legacy of our fundamental heritage.
February 7, 2014
Ada M. Spangler Women's Seminar Series
Facilitated through the Ladies Auxiliary, these non-academic seminars enhance the learning of our female students, enrich the lives of women whose husbands attend ABC and extend to all women interested in growing in the things that make godly women. Learn More
April 4 & 5, 2013 at 7pm
2014 Spring Music Festival
Your invited to join us for an evening of joy and fellowship as ABC presents this year's annual Spring Music Festival. The evening includes performances by ABC's music ensembles, the Gospel Heralds, Magnify, Jubilate, and the Chorale. In addition, special opportunities fill the night as the children's choir and additional teams share in the event. Come, join us for one of these exciting evenings and be reminded of our great God.
April 3–5, 2014
2014 Spring Preview
Spring College Preview is designed to serve high school students in the decision making process of preparing for college. As a college previewer they will be able to meet our professors in a classroom setting, experience campus life with our students, attend chapel and events such as our Spring Music Festival, coffee house, and other great activities. Learn More.
April 7–11, 2014
Expository Preaching Week
Appalachian Bible College champions expository preaching. During the year it is practiced and exemplified for our students through conferences, seminars, and chapels. This week is unique because the privilege of opening the Word of God in chapel is provided to three of our upperclassmen currently enrolled in the Homiletics Practicum classes. These men are selected by our Pastoral faculty, the emphasis being upon the priority of handling God's Word in a thorough manner, verse-by-verse.
April 18–19, 2014
2014 Youth IMPACT
IMPACT is an event for junior high and senior high teens that will challenge them spiritually, through events that let them interact with other teens, our counselors and select staff members serving at Appalachian Bible College. Be one of the first 100 to register and receive a discounted price. Learn More
April 25, 2013
Work Day & All School Picnic
Unquestionably one of the most anticipated days of the academic calendar. Not because it includes final exams but because it is getting down and dirty with faculty, staff, and students all working on campus projects together. From the President down, everyone is involved in some task to beautify ABC. We conclude the day with fun and fellowship at the All School Picnic.
May 1–2, 2014
Spring Bible Conference
At the conclusion of every year students complete their time at ABC with a special focus in the Word of God. Through the Annual Spring Bible Conference student's hearts are challenged and reminded one last time, prior to summer ministries and responsibilities, that serving God is what life is all about. Join us during these days for an exciting time in God's Word.
May 2, 2014
Time: 2:30 P.M.
Location: Anderson Hall Chapel
In this dedicated afternoon event, the senior class has the opportunity to share testimony, praise, and excitement as they prepare for commencement the following day. Traditionally, the class presents a special gift to the school for the purpose of leaving a legacy. Family and friends are invited to join the ABC campus family.
May 3, 2013
Time: 10:00 A.M.
Location: Anderson Hall Chapel
Commencement Speaker: TBA
Family and friends are invited to join us for this special occasion as we recognize and honor seniors for their diligence in training for ministry. Please contact the Alpine Lodge if you are interested in lodging (800-806–2180). Lodging is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.