From its inception, Seattle University's School of Theology and Ministry has partnered with faith communities to create an ecumenical space for learning and developing the next generation of transformational leaders. All across the globe, there is lively debate over the implications of today's multicultural and multireligious society in civic, religious, and educational institutions. How we shape a positive pluralism is one of the most important questions American society faces in the years ahead. As a direct extension of its foundational ecumenical value of rootedness in tradition while openness to and dialogue with the "other," the School of Theology and Ministry is committed to assisting in this endeavor by both transforming itself and helping to educate our community-at-large. See below for upcoming events and opportunities to engage with the school and wider community!
For more information contact Dr. Michael Trice, Assistant Dean of Ecumenical & Interreligious Dialogue at email@example.com or 206.296.5332. Sign up to receive updates from the Ecumenical & Interreligious program here.