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Announcing the MA in Social Justice degree
Announcing the MA in Social Justice degree
This is is the right time. This is the right school. Classes for MTSO’s newly announced Master of Arts in Social Justice begin in the fall.
Remembering Bishop in Residence Judith Craig
Remembering Bishop in Residence Judith Craig
The pioneering United Methodist bishop, who died Jan. 18, served MTSO as a trustee, bishop in residence and visiting professor of church leadership.
Amidst Europe’s refuge crisis, Christianity at its best
Amidst Europe’s refuge crisis, Christianity at its best
Associate Professor of Pastoral Care and Counseling Francesca Nuzzolese reflects on her time at Casa Delle Culture, a Methodist refugee center in Sicily.
Jan 28
Thinking seminary for the fall of 2019? Apply for a premiere scholarship now. Our average non-loan aid award is $10,500 per year. Don't miss out.
Feb 12–Feb 13
Author, scholar and renowned preacher Frank A. Thomas will offer Schooler Institute participants insights from his latest book, “How to Preach a Dangerous Sermon,” and upcoming book, “How to Survive a Dangerous Sermon.”
Feb 12
Register now for five hours that could set your life on a new path. We welcome aspiring seminary students to 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.