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Seminary Hill Farm, founded in 2013 on the campus of MTSO, is a place of theology, ecology and good food for all.
Vocational discernment is increasingly important for seminary students and alumni. Katherine Dickson, MTSO's director of vocational discernment and community engagement, talks about the services her office offers both students and alumni. Visit our vocational discernment page.
Learning to be a counselor sometimes means learning to be vulnerable. That's one lesson MA in Counseling Ministries student Kaylan Guzman shares in her remarks at the 2013 Student Stories Luncheon.
M.Div. student Ekaterina Oreshina reflects on the long and ultimately fulfilling path that led her from Samara, Russia, to MTSO in her remarks at the 2013 Student Stories Luncheon.
Rev. April Blaine (’09), co-pastor of Summit on 16th UMC, valued the opportunities here to discuss the “messy” work of social justice in the real world. More from April Blaine.
Rev. Susan Kyser, a 1986 MTSO graduate, found a place that welcomes many theologies. More from Susan Kyser.