Our Presbyterian Seminaries 2012-13 Viewbook

Updated June 2012

The Committee on Theological Education is honored to produce this updated edition of our most popular resource on behalf of and in partnership with our Presbyterian seminaries. Ours is a collaboration that, at its best, serves the church.

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  1. Elizabeth: Have you contacted your Committee on Preparation for ministry, in your presbytery. They should help confirm your call to ministry and SHOULD help you with funding for Seminary if they can confirm your call. Union Theological Seminary in Richmond has some interesting programs for distance learning, and most seminaries offer "inquirer weekends" that will help you decide if that is the place for you to go. They will often give assistance for travel as well.

    by Greg Wood

    October 5, 2010

  2. I currently live in Ann Arbor, MI. I have experienced a strong call to ministry, but am not happy with the seminary that is located within commuting distance, however at this time I cannot move to another location to attend seminary. There is a possibility that I may be able to move in 2-3 years. I am not sure if seminary credits are transferable to any or all of the PCUSA seminaries. I m leaning towards taking courses through distance learning at a PCUSA seminary (it looks like Dubuque is the only open for that) rather than taking classes at a local non-PCUSA seminary until I can re-locate. In addition due to financial constraints I may need to take courses on a part-time basis.

    by Elizabeth C. Davis

    July 29, 2010