Aside from the standard lessons, much of the course weighting also goes towards field practice, which is divided into two broad categories: weekend field practice and holiday field practice. Weekend field practices can actually be further divided into ordinary weekend practices and group practices. In ordinary weekend practices, students spend a weekend each month shadowing a designated preacher, aiding him in the preparation of services at his church, visitations, weddings and funerals, religious education and other daily church works. As for group practices, all students collectively visit one of the districts (Taiwan TJC is divided into 7 districts), where they will aid in leading services and convocations. Convocation leading practice is very important, because seminary students have to take care of all the arrangements,which enables an understanding of the preparation and administration work required to hold a convocation. Holiday field practices, as the name suggests, is where students shadow a designated preacher during their holiday periods, aiding him or her in all aspects of ministry.