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Seminary Hill Farm
Our campus has a farm. Naturally.

MTSO is deeply invested in ecotheology and the care of the earth. Nowhere is our commitment more visible than in Seminary Hill Farm, providing delicious food to those on campus and beyond.

Seminary Hill Farm
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Meet our newest students
Meet our newest students
A Rutgers Law School grad, Elizabeth Speidel has performed legal work focused on foster care, community organizing, food justice, housing discrimination, elder advocacy and health-care rights. Now she's pursuing a vocation in chaplaincy. Meet Elizabeth and a few of her classmates.
Tejai Beulah appointed to faculty
Tejai Beulah appointed to faculty
President Jay Rundell has announced the appointment of Tejai Beulah as assistant professor of history, ethics, and black church and African diaspora studies, effective July 1, 2020.
Mount Alumni Awards presented
Mount Alumni Awards presented
Ellen Sims, TaNikka Sheppard and Eugene Folden received the Mount Alumni Awards for Distinguished Service during Alumni Day Oct. 7.
Jan 21
If your future vocational life is worth half a day to you, register now for our Winter Open House. Sit in on a class, tour apartments and residence halls, explore MTSO’s many financial aid options, and talk with current students, faculty and admissions counselors.
Feb 25
Georgetown University faculty member and ordained rabbi Julia Watts Belser will speak at MTSO about Jewish stories on gender, disability and the politics of survival.
Mar 3–Mar 4
O. Wesley Allen Jr., the Lois Craddock Perkins Professor of Homiletics at Perkins School of Theology, leads the 2020 Schooler Institute. Allen will lecture and lead workshops on the theme "Preaching Mark as Parable."