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Drew University is seeking  a new Director of Theological School Advancement

A senior member of the Office of University Advancement, the Director of Theological School Advancement is responsible for planning, managing, executing, and assessing all aspects of Drew Theological School’s fund-raising and constituent relations activities.

Application review will begin immediately and continue until the position […]

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United Methodist Women (national office) at 475 Riverside Drive (NY) is seeking candidates for five (5) positions.  Descriptions and qualifications for these positions can be found in this document: United Methodist Women Job Opportunities

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Our students share stories of their Seminary journey…

 

 Valerie H. Holly, MDiv Graduate 2014

Having obtained an MSW degree in 1986, I had a sense (at least I thought I  did!)  of the study and work habits necessary to complete the MDiv program.  However a lot changed between 1986 and 2011; the biggest change […]

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We regret to inform you of the passing of NYTS Alumna Rev. Lemuel C. Butler (Class of ’93, CP) on November 21, 2013. Rev. Butler had been an active member of Majority Baptist Church in Queens, NY, where she served over the years in the Choir, Willing Workers, Women’s Fellowship, Missionary Circle, Christian Education Department, Noon Day […]

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(This information taken from the UMC Baltimore-Washington Conference site located here.) Marcus Matthews is originally from Florence, South Carolina, where his home church, Cumberland UMC, was a pivotal influence in his life. He graduated from South Carolina State College, and later was employed by Cumberland UMC as a community developer […]

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Re-envisioning Theological Education in the 21st Century
“Recovery and Rebuilding—Moving from Being Reactive to Becoming Responsive”
Monday, May 13, 2013
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM

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