There is no better way to experience life at Barclay College than by visiting campus. That is why we would like to invite you to our fall preview event, Discover BC, October 24th and 25th. Come and stay in the dorms, visit classes, tour campus and catch a glimpse of what Barclay College is all about.
At Barclay College we are committed to providing you a Christ-centered education that will prepare you vocationally and spiritually to follow God’s calling on your life. All dorm students automatically receive our FULL-TUITION SCHOLARSHIP to help them attend a private Christian College and graduate with little or no debt.
This FREE event is open to all high school and transfer students and their parents. We will gladly provide meals and housing at no charge to everyone that comes. We do have limited housing available for parents on a first-come, first-serve basis. To reserve guest housing please email or call the Admissions Office and we will be glad to make those arrangements.
A schedule of the event and more details can be found below. You can register for Discover BC here. Please join us for this special event October 24th and 25th.
We look forward to seeing you on campus soon!
Discover BC 2018
Fall Preview Event
Wednesday, October 24th
7:00pm Event Orientation
7:45 pm Faculty Meet and Greet
Thursday, October 25th
8:30am Campus Tour, Financial Aid/Admissions
12:50pm Class Options
2:05 pm End of Scheduled Events
2:15 pm Class Options (Optional)
4:30 pm Midwest Christian College Conference Soccer Tournament begins
6:30pm Midwest Christian College Conference Soccer Tournament continues
Students will be assigned to dorm rooms for Wednesday evening. If needed, housing can be provided Thursday night as well (no charge). Limited housing options are available for parents. Please contact the Admissions Department for more details.
All meals on Thursday are offered at no cost.
Barclay Sale 2018
Join us Saturday, October 6 at 9 AM for the 85th Annual Ladies Auxiliary Auction. Every year the Alumni Committee runs a concessions table in the back of the gym serving snacks and drinks. It takes a lot of manpower to make this run smoothly. The money raised through the concessions helps provide for the student Christmas raffle as well as keeping the cost low for the alumni banquet in May.
Following the soccer game, which starts at 6 PM, there will be an alumni soccer game.
For those that are able to attend the auction this year, we are looking for some volunteers who would be willing to give an hour on October 3 to help run the concessions table. Would you be interested in serving in this way? All help is greatly appreciated. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 620-862-5252 ext. 13 with a time you would prefer to work. The concessions table will open at 9am and will close when the auction ends (usually between 6 and 7pm).
See you at the auction!
Barclay College is teaming up with the American Red Cross on Thursday, September 20 2018 to sponsor a life-saving blood drive from 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM at the Hockett Auditorium.
Walk-in donors are welcome, you can sign-up online at www.redcrossblood.org, or email Ryan Haase at email@example.com with what time you would like to donate. Scheduling an appointment will help to expedite your donation process. We can schedule appointments in 15 minute increments from 8:30 am-3:30 pm. There will be a sign up sheet in the cafeteria today and tomorrow during lunch.
The Barclay College Fall Symposium is here
Where? Ross-Ellis: South Atrium
When? September 25, 2018 at 7:00pm- 8:15pm
Topic of interest: The Rhythms of Grace
What is this about? The Rhythms of Grace is the book by Dave Williams. He will be discussing his dissertation- Sustaining Spiritual Leadership for the Long Haul: The Center for Spiritual Renewal at Barclay College
Presenter: Dave Williams
Who is Dave Williams? Dave is the
Superintendent of Mid-America Yearly Meeting
of Friends Churches; Founder of the MA in
Spiritual Formation Degree Program, Barclay College; D Min. George Fox University school of graduate studies.
Responder: Manuel Garcia
Who is Manuel Garcia? Lead Pastor of
Northridge Friends Church; MA in Spiritual
Formation, Barclay College; D Min. Candidate George Fox University school of graduate studies.
Fall 2018 Welcome Week Activities
Thursday, August 16
- 9:00am – New Student Move – in (Start at Ross Ellis)
- 9:00am – 12:00pm, 1:00pm – 4:00pm
New Student Registration (Ross Ellis and Phillips Hall)
- 4:30pm – Parent’s Meeting (Ross Ellis – South Atrium)
- 6:00pm – President’s Dinner (Cafeteria) (you need to register, talk with admissions)
- 9:00pm – Student Government Activity (Ross-Ellis)
Friday, August 17
- 9:00am – Dorms open for returning students
- 9:00am – 12:00pm, 1:00pm – 4:00pm Returning Students Registration(Ross Ellis and Phillips Hall)
- 7:00pm – 10:00pm New Student Orientation(Ross Ellis – South Atrium)
- 7:00pm – Welcome to College – Royce Frazier
- 8:00pm – Spiritual Life – Derek Brown
- 9:00pm – Community Life– Ryan Haase
Saturday, August 18
- 9:30am – 4:30pm New Student Orientation (Ross Ellis – South Atrium)
- 9:30am – Financial Aid – Justin Dahmer
- 10:00am – Technology (Trent Maggard) / Library Resources (Jeannie Ross)
- 10:30am – Brunch (Cafeteria)
- 11:15am – Meet in Ross-Ellis, split into groups:
|Group #1||Group #2||Group #3|
|11:30pm||Bible Knowledge Exam – Library||Barclay Way||Student Success|
|12:45pm||Barclay Way||Student Success||Bible Knowledge Exam – Library|
|2:00pm||Student Success||Bible Knowledge Exam – Library||Barclay Way|
- 3:15pm – Community Guidelines
- 4:00pm – Closing Remarks
- 8:00pm – Student Government Activity (Ross Ellis)
Sunday, August 19
- 4:00pm – Grass Volleyball (Soccer Field)
- Student Athlete Meeting
Monday, August 20
- First Day of Classes
Locations: Bible Knowledge Exam- Library Computer Lab; Student Success-Ross-Ellis, Barclay Way- Ross-Ellis
Click below for a Special Invitation from Dave Ferguson, main speaker at the 2018 National Friends Church Multiplication Conference!
Together to Multiply!
National Friends Church Multiplication Conference
August 1-3, 2018
A gathering of evangelically-minded Friends leaders, students, and others who have a heart for church planting and who want to be faithful to do our part to fulfill the Great Commission through the Friends Church.
WHY: The needs around us have never been greater, both in our wider society and among Friends. From coast-to-coast, more and more men and women are praying that the Lord would pour out His Spirit in such a way that it gives birth to a church multiplication movement, not seen among Friends in this country since the late 19th century. This conference is a part of that vision – to bring together evangelically-minded Friends to be inspired, to learn, to encourage one another, to pray, and to continue to move toward that missional goal! God hasn’t asked us to win the whole world to Christ by ourselves, but He has entrusted to us a slice of the gospel pie. We want to be faithful to do our part to fulfill the Great Commission and contribute to a multiplication movement!
WHAT: The NFCMC will feature inspirational messages, “best practice” workshops, and time for fellowship and synergistic networking with other forward-looking Friends from around the country. Recognizing that it takes all kinds of churches to reach all kinds of people, a number of different methods and approaches will be discussed. This conference will be informative, stirring, and help us refocus on God’s call with a “gates of hell shall not prevail against it” passion. Christ is in the process of building His Church. With God’s help, we need to prayerfully consider how we might shed a maintenance-mentality and stir up a strategic church multiplication movement.
WHO WILL BE SPEAKING: Dave Ferguson – Lead Pastor of COMMUNITY Christian Church in Naperville, IL. Dave loves helping people find their way back to God and starting new churches. Dave also provides visionary leadership for NewThing, an international church-planting mission. He is President of the Exponential Conference, equipping church planting leaders around the world. He is the author of The BIG IDEA (2007), Exponential (2010), On The Verge (2011), Discover Your Mission Now (2013) and Finding Your Way Back To God (2014). Dave will come with a special message for Friends you won’t want to miss!
WHO SHOULD COME: Many people will find this conference stirring and relevant, including: those who are interested in church planting, have started a new church, plan to start a new church, or would like to find out more about the possibility of starting a new church. Pastors of potential mother churches, those with an apostolic vision to start a number of churches, or those who see themselves in a supportive role to start new churches will each have their minds and hearts stretched and encouraged! Outreach or “home missions” committee members, small group leaders, and many others will find great benefit from this dynamic experience! Students and young adults who have a vision to make a difference in the world for Christ are especially urged to attend. This conference will provide a strategic mix of younger and older leaders.
JOIN THE STORY! This conference is an extension of the growing events held in 2013, 2014 and 2016. Although planners anticipated originally that only 30-40 might attend the first gathering (which would have been a great start), the first conference brought together 100 Friends who affirmed a commitment to support and encourage a church multiplication movement! Follow-up conferences were demanded by popular request, including this one. These grass-roots efforts have given birth to a National Friends Prayer Network with a regular newsletter, a website (www.FriendsMultiply.com), an inspirational quarterly “Catalyst Conversation” video conference, and a leadership team of Friends from around the country: Multiplication Catalyst Ministries. God’s heart is for the world. Church multiplication is part of His mission. We sense His leading and want to join Him in this story that He is writing. But we are still in the toddler stage of development. We need God’s help, and yours. We are praying and anticipating that the 2018 NFCMC will help us take those next steps forward together to make a difference in this country and world for Christ!
WHERE: The campus of Barclay College, Haviland, Kansas.
2018 COSTS AND REGISTRATION DEADLINES: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!
Registration Fee (includes meals, materials, conference expenses, etc.):
By August 1 – $160/person
Lodging on Campus (based on double occupancy for two nights): $40/person
Total Costs (for those who stay on campus):
By August 1 – $200/person
Special Student Rate (for Portland Seminary, Azusa Pacific Seminary, and Barclay College students) – $95/person (includes both registration fees and lodging).
Pre- or Post-Conference Fees: For those who would like to arrive early or stay late, the cost is an additional $30/person per day to cover the costs of food and lodging.
Jim Le Shana, NFCMC Planning Team, 607 N. Kingman, Haviland, KS, 67059.
Work – 620-862-5252
Cell – 714-337-7596
Graduation Weekend Guide 2018
Friday – May 4
- 4:00 PM – Senior graduation walk through at Ross–Elliss Auditorium. It is vital that you attend the rehearsal.
- 7:00 PM – Welcome Back Dinner for celebrating classes (Ross–Ellis Building)
- 7:00 PM – Graduate School Reception – for all MA graduates and spouses (no children, please). (Location: Origins – A Divine Coffeehouse). We have reserved the whole coffeehouse for a special time of fellowship, sharing together, and celebration! Several of the top Capstone Projects will be presented. All beverages and desserts are complimentary
Saturday – May 5
- 8:00 AM – Steve Teter Memorial Golf Tournament registration (8:30 AM shotgun start) – To sign–up or for more information contact Larry Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 10:30 AM – Brunch (College Cafeteria). For those graduate students and families who are interested (and not playing in the golf tournament), we will try to sit at tables together toward the back of the room.
- 3:00 PM – Dedication of Ross–Ellis Center for Arts and Ministry.
- 6:00 PM – Alumni Banquet (Hockett Auditorium). New graduates are part of the Alumni Association of Barclay College. Your ticket is paid for and you are allowed to purchase two tickets for guests to attend the banquet. Tickets are $20.00 ea. A dessert reception to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of BC will be held afterward in the Cafeteria. Contact Ryan Haase at email@example.com ASAP if you are not yet pre–registered!!
Sunday – May 6
- 10:00 AM – Baccalaureate Service at Ross Ellis Auditorium.
- 3:00 PM – Commencement at Ross–Ellis Auditorium.
- 5:00 PM – Graduation Reception in Ross-Ellis Center
Lodging can be a problem if you are not familiar with the Haviland area or if you wait until the last minute to make reservations. It is not unusual to have over 300 people attending the Alumni Banquet on Saturday night. Many people make reservations for graduation weekend in January and February. The greatest selection of motels are in Pratt, KS which is 20 miles to the east of Haviland on U.S. highway 54/400. There are also options in Greensburg, KS.
The Barclay College cafeteria serves excellent meals, is reasonably priced, and is well known in the area for its excellence. Many people from the area drive to Haviland to eat the Sunday noon meal in our cafeteria. Below, you will also find a list of links for restaurants in Haviland and other nearby towns.
P.S. Let Us Host You!
If you are traveling through Kansas and would like to spend a day or two at Barclay College, please let us host you. We have apartments on campus for alumni and friends of the college. We would count it a privilege to have you on campus. If you visit during the school year, we would invite you to eat in the cafeteria as our guests, enjoy a chapel, visit a class, visit your friends and faculty on campus, and simply relax. If you every want to stay on campus just contact our friend Mr. Ryan Haase.
If you are looking for a location for a personal retreat we would be glad to accommodate you here for that occasion. You would be welcome to use our library resources, schedule appointments with faculty and administration, or create space for your own quiet reflection and renewal.
Sorry, we cannot accommodate anyone during graduation weekend.