Seattle University School of Theology and Ministry students come from almost every decade of life experience and from a gamut of religious backgrounds and faith perspectives. We believe that the best kind of learning comes from great conversations; that different points of view colliding and intermingling make learning richer and deeper.
Save the Dates & Spread the Word! Fall Poverty WorkshopsTake advantage of these upcoming opportunities to be a part of a Poverty Immersion Workshop with the Faith & Family Homelessness Project. Participants and Volunteers needed!
From the Dean: Building Hospitality as a Way of LifeDespite immense tragedy and dissonance occurring in our world, we live in a uniquely opportune time. A new proximity to one another demands new forms of hospitality and presents us with important opportunities for creating a more just and humane world.
Recap: New Faces of Ministry TourThis past spring, we announced that the school had been named one of the “Seminaries that Change the World." This summer, alumna Jessica Wright traveled on behalf of the school to engage both traditional and nontraditional audiences around the future of theological education in the United States
Faculty & Staff Expand School's Reach InternationallyDuring the month of August, faculty and staff will be traveling throughout Europe exploring new ways to bring worship and the practice of liturgy and faith expression to degrees’ curriculum, student community, and in direct and indirect life of the school. Read more about their travels here!
Summer Edition: Faculty, Staff, Student & Alumni HighlightsSome great highlights this summer, including two new members of the School of Theology & Ministry staff!
Economics & Pastoral Leadership Project Moves into Phase Two!Congratulations to the staff, faculty, and volunteers that make the school’s Economics & Pastoral Leadership Project possible. We’re excited to announce that this important endeavor has now completed the first phase...
Project Update: Faith & Family HomelessnessThis last month, the school's Faith & Family Homelessness Project was recognized for its inspirational work in education and advocacy by the Gates Foundation. Read more about what the project has been doing here!
An Interfaith Ramadan Reflection by Dr. Erica MartinThis past month, Dr. Erica Martin, the school's instructor of Hebrew Scriptures joined the Pacific Institute at the University of Puget Sound for the Interfaith Ramadan Iftar Dinner. Read her reflection from the experience here.