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“I give you a new commandment, that you love one another.” — John 13:34

Theological Education Fund provides the ONLY denomination-wide support for ourPC (USA) seminaries. Seminaries thrive with your congregation’s contribution.

Seminary Support Network/Theological Education Fund

Why should churches fund seminaries?

Reason 4

Our seminaries equip leaders who reflect and support the diversity of congregational cultures and spiritual experiences. Our twelve seminaries offer twelve distinct cultures incorporating a diversity of perspectives and experiences to inform and broaden our understanding of the Christian community.

Download these stories that lift up the ways seminaries equip leaders who reflect diversity

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Evangelical Seminary of Puerto Rico sees no separation between the academy and the church

Union Presbyterian Seminary ministry center director emphasizes integrated learning

Seminar at Austin Seminary explores the role of pastors as public theologians

Princeton Seminary’s Macedonian Ministry Project bridges urban, suburban congregational gap

Skills gained at historically black seminary still serve interim dean well in ministry

Student from diverse cultural, theological background finds fit at Louisville Seminary

Columbia Seminary project fosters renewed spirit for clergy, church leaders

Pittsburgh Seminary emphasis in church planting meets students’, community needs

Students, alumni, and others in Louisville Seminary community making a difference

Johnson C. Smith takes spiritual journey with students, preparing them for God’s call

Congregations are foundational to seminaries.

Seminaries are foundational to congregations.

The PC(USA) is twelve seminaries strong. Keep our congregations strong.

In gratitude to God, empowered by the Spirit, strive to serve Christ: Invest in the Theological Education Fund.