- Phone: (360) 754-5830
- Address: 1615 Chambers St SE Olympia, WA 98501
- Saturday: 5:00 P.M.
- Sunday: 9:00 A.M., 11:00 A.M.
- Century, Sunday: 10:00 A.M.
For 20 years, Living Water has trained up and sent out leaders through Anthem School of Ministry. Hundreds of young adults have devoted a year of their life to Christ. From in depth courses in Theology and World Ministries, to a boots on the ground approach to evangelism, Anthem prepares students to live boldly. We have a chance to champion what God has done in their lives this year. Join us for a night to celebrate a class of world changers!
Anthem Graduation is May 8th at 7pm at the Boulevard Campus.
Anthem at Living Water is a leadership development program designed to empower and instruct young adults who are passionate about following Jesus. Anthem is geared towards students ages 18-23. Students wholeheartedly pursue God’s call on their life through discovering lives of meaning and ministry.
Anthem is a full-time, 9-month program (September-June) where students are immersed into three pools of learning: hands-on training, curricular studies, and personal discipleship.
Students serve full-time at Living Water and grow exponentially in their understanding of God, themselves, and others. They deepen their knowledge and understanding of the Word of God, develop disciplines in both personal and public arenas of life, and gain confidence in God’s unique call on their life. At the end of the year, Anthem students and interns go on a mission trip either nationally or internationally.
One thing that sets Anthem apart from other discipleship programs is its focus on the local church. We have been called to develop young ministry leaders who will be able to serve the Lord faithfully and fruitfully in local church settings.
Students seeking to bolster their leadership abilities have the option to apply for a second year of Anthem. Students are then placed in leadership positions in a specific department. These departments range from Worship Arts to Junior High ministry to Anthem itself. Students build on the foundational already laid through the first year program.