Spiritual Life - University of Valley Forge

Spiritual Life


At the University of Valley Forge (UVF), students have many opportunities to grow spiritually and to know God – from chapel services to participation in small groups, student-led ministries, and fellowship with students and faculty. UVF is a Christian university, and we take seriously the values and behavior that represent the Christian lifestyle. Because of this, we’ve established standards of conduct that contribute to an environment that honors Christ.


Spiritual life at UVF is centered around Jesus. Tuesday-Friday from 10 am to 11 am, students, staff, and faculty come together as a body of believers to worship, pray, and meditate on God’s word in chapel services. Anyone is able to watch past chapel messages on the Chapel Webcast page or on UVF’s YouTube page.

Theologically Distinct: Denominationally Diverse


The University of Valley Forge is a co-educational university of the Assemblies of God for the Northeast Region. Each week, more than 2.6 million people worship in more than 12,000 Assemblies of God churches across the country. Even though UVF represents the Assemblies of God, our students come from many different denominational backgrounds.

The Flower Chapel


The Flower Chapel is the center of worship and spiritual formation at the University of Valley Forge. The UVF community gathers here for services, and comes together here to celebrate with music and artistic worship events.