A leading seminary of the Episcopal Church, the School of Theology is educating tomorrow’s church leaders. Our master of divinity degree offers a rigorous academic and supportive environment that forms students for growing congregations. Innovative master’s programs focus on lay leadership, while the non-degree theological studies program educates bi-vocational priests and the advanced degree program renews and enhances pastoral effectiveness.
The Beecken Center is an Episcopal center of learning at the School of Theology, dedicated to the continuing theological education of all the baptized. The programs are committed to equipping the faithful for ministry in and beyond the Church.
EfM is a unique parish-based program of theological education designed to help laypersons become theologically informed and articulate. In small-group settings, participants study scripture, history, and theology; and read and reflect on how God is calling them to work in the world.
Invite Welcome Connect is a transformational ministry that equips and empowers clergy and lay leaders to cultivate intentional practices of evangelism, hospitality, and connectedness. Designed to accommodate congregations of all sizes, Invite Welcome Connect has been integrated into 45 dioceses of the Episcopal Church, seminaries, colleges, and other parts of the Anglican Communion.
Founded in the confidence that knowledge and reason are foundational to faith, SUMMA teaches high school students the skills that lead to listening intentionally, thinking critically, and speaking profoundly.