We’re excited to reunite with old friends and meet new friends as we pray and dream for this upcoming semester together!
Afterwards, we’ll mosey over to the Way Up fair together!
We’re so excited you are here. As you walk around campus today, we hope you dream of the endless, limitless possibilities that God has in store for you this year, even this semester.
If we haven’t met you yet, we’re so excited to get to know you and welcome you to our family!
Below are our events for this semester. We hope to see you at our Soft Launch this Friday at 6:30 PM at the Student Activity Center (Hearing Room, 4th floor). Freshmen & newcomers welcome!
Come on out for a night of fun, worship, and invitation as we share what our AAIV family is all about. We will have free Chick-Fil-A after (for eating, not kicking!).
Fri, Sept 16 | 7 PM
Union South (check the monitors for room)
We hope to see you and your friends there!
Soft Launch will be a time to gather, catch up, and learn & pray over this upcoming year for returning members! Freshmen and newcomers who are interested in becoming core members of AAIV are welcome to join us as well (our formal kickoff to welcome new members is the week after)!
Fri, Sept 9 | 6:30-8 PM
SAC Hearing Room, 4th Flr
Hi friends! I hope you’re having a relaxing and restful winter break. SO restful and relaxing, in fact, that you have time to fill out a survey for AAIV!
This survey will help us shape next semester, so please fill out as much or as little of the survey as you’re able to, regardless of how involved in AAIV you were this past semester!!
Please try to fill this out before Jan 17! Note that the survey is anonymous!
Join us this Saturday, November 21, 6:30PM at Upper House (East Campus Mall) for our Thanksgiving Potluck! We’ll be celebrating and reflecting on the semester thus far and how much God has provided for us. It will be a fun and exciting night with tons of food, awesome open-mic performances, and celebrating together as AAIV! Invite your friends to join us in our celebration!
If you are part of a small group, please pay $5 to your small group leader to help cover the cost of food! If you are a guest, you are able to pay at the door!
If you are interested in performing for open-mic, the sign up link can be found on our Facebook event page!
Please RSVP if you plan on attending!
Friday, November 13 // 7:00pm – 9:00pm // Union South
What does the Bible say about our works—the things that we do? Do our works matter in God’s eyes?
Join us this coming Friday as we explore the topic of How God Sees Works! Allen Wakabayashi will be joining us to speak on this topic!
Since 1989, Allen has served in various areas with InterVarsity including campus ministry at Millikin University, Bradley University, and Northwestern University. In addition, he is the former associate pastor of Twin City Bible Church in Urbana-Champaign and is the author of the book Kingdom Come: How Jesus Wants to Change the World, explaining much of what God had been teaching him during his time serving with InterVarsity. He loves college students and believes that God is out to change the world in and through the university!
You won’t want to miss this Large Group!
Does our ethnic identity matter to God? How does ethnic identity play a role in Christian faith?
Join AAIV on Friday, October 23 for our Ethnic Identity Workshop! We’ll be exploring what the Bible says about ethnic identity, culture, and race; why that matters to us; and how we can live out our lives as Asian Americans and Christians.
Friday, October 16 // 7:00PM – 9:00PM // Humanities 1641
What’s your story?
Join AAIV this week Friday as we continue exploring our semester theme: Taste & See!
This week we will be having a guest speaker, La Thao, sharing her story and how God sees our stories. La is an alumnus of UW-Madison and former AAIV member who currently works as an InterVarsity campus staff worker at UW-Eau Claire. Meng Xiong from AAIV will also be sharing his story with us.
What is Large Group?
Large Group is our end of the week gathering where we participate in musical worship, hear a message from the Bible, and spend time as a whole community.