RPS recognizes the Spiritual formation of the student is the highest priority for Christian servants. The seminary is a place for studies. But we also recognize that growing in holiness and becoming more like Christ is more important for a Christian servant than knowledge. Therefore, the means and disciplines required for growth are given priority. Evaluation of Spiritual Growth will be based on what can be seen- attitudes to worship way of life and on the basis of the student’s spiritual life activities, attendance in class and morning devotions. In fact, a person whose spiritual growth and maturity are below expectations may not be allowed to graduate from the seminary, even, if he or she has completed other requirements.
The Spiritual Life Coordinator with the help of the Student Council is in charge of organizing chapel services. During times of worship we are conscious of the fact that we are sitting in God’s presence. Therefore, it is appropriate that our attitude and posture must be one of reverence. Chapel service begins with a time of singing and praise led often by worship teams. Wednesdays and Fridays are especial days for worship and preaching chapel. On Mondays, students meet with their Advisors and discuss their problems and challenges related to their student life activities. On Wednesdays, the entire chapel is devoted to singing, praise and prayer, and on Fridays; faculty and guest preachers take turns to preach from the Word of God.