The Ministry Seminars are a series of eight courses in which seminarians actively integrate faith, theological studies, spiritual practices, relationships, and ministry. In these seminars seminarians explore the challenges of shaping lives of faith, ministry, and leadership. The seminars are spread throughout each level (100, 200, and 300) of the Master of Divinity program. Ministerial Guides and Faculty Advisors are responsible for leading these seminars.
Faculty Advising takes place in conjunction with the Ministry Seminars. Advisors assist students with selecting courses, discerning a vocation, and attending to vocational requirements. The faculty member associated with a student's particular ministry seminar serves as the Faculty Advisor for the student. When the student moves to the next level of the program she or he will receive another Faculty Advisor.
See the menu to the left to access more details about each level of the Ministry Seminars.