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Leaders in the Connectional Church
January 7-11, 2013
Louisville, Kentucky

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Get to know your seminary students

Seminary students come in all shapes and sizes

The 3,800 students who attend your PC(USA) seminaries are Black and white, Asian and Hispanic, Native American and Middle Eastern. While some are fresh out of college, ministry is a second or subsequent career for others. These women and men of faith come from varying socioeconomic backgrounds, and from urban, rural, small town and suburban settings. In short, they reflect the diverse nature of the Presbyterian church.

Students live in Christian community

A seminary education is as much about spiritual formation as it is book learning. Time and time again, students say that living in Christian community is what seminary is all about. They grow as leaders by discussing their beliefs and questions with other students and faculty. Books, lectures, online discussions, paper-writing and classroom presentations are certainly important, but face-to-face mentoring and friendships are essential. As one student says, “My peers have helped prepare me for ministry and challenged me to learn and live more faithfully into my call.”

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Seminarians register now for leadership course

If you’re a seminarian or know a seminarian interested in exploring the structure, program and mission of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A) and its relationship with local congregations and presbyteries, this for-credit course during J-term may be perfect.  Through encounters with national leadership and interactive various program area of the denomination,participants will gain an understanding of the theology, mission,structure, and programs of the PC(USA) and how to exercise effective congregational leadership in the context of a connectional church. Each participant will have the opportunity to engage with the ministries of the six agencies of the GeneralAssembly and reflect on them in light of the vision of the PC(USA) and of contemporary studies on leadership.

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Seminary students rely on financial aid

Seminary students cannot be expected to pay the full cost of a seminary education. It costs your Presbyterian seminaries an average $109,000 to educate a Master of Divinity student for three years. To pay their way, students rely on financial gifts from their congregation and presbytery. Many also depend on seminary scholarships or work/study programs, and some finance their education with their own personal savings. The seminaries also work with students to help them graduate with as little debt as possible.


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Continue your education through seminary programs

Seminaries related to the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) offer a rich array of continuing education options for those who seek to be theologically informed for life as Christ's disciples in today's complex world.

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