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Visit New York Theological Seminary for information on all our transformative programs and the chance to sit in on one of our 2014 summer classes.

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As part of its re-accreditation process, New York Theological Seminary (NYTS) will undergo a comprehensive evaluation visit September 22-24, 2014, by a team representing The Commission on Accrediting of the Association of Theological Schools in the United States and Canada (ATS). The public is invited to submit in writing comments on any matter related [...]

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The “Sound The Alarm” Youth Ministry Summit is a free event.

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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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(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 in the first [...]

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“The Committee on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender Studies at Yale University is pleased to announce that Nessette Falu will be joining LGBT Studies for the 2013-2014 academic year as the next Sarah Pettit Doctoral Fellow.  The Fellowship is supported by the Sarah Pettit Fund, which was established in 2003 as a permanent endowment to [...]

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Two bombs exploded during the Boston Marathon, killing at least two and injuring hundreds. “Times of tragedy are opportunities for us in the faith community to express our love and also work for nonviolent love in the world,” said Peter Hetzel, a theology professor at New York Theological Seminary.

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