Young Adult Forum Explores Anabaptism

More than sixty-five participants gathered at Bethany Theological Seminary April 17-19 for a new event planned and hosted by the Institute for Ministry with Youth and Young Adults—Anabaptism, the Next Generation. Described as a learning forum for those in

Clergy Tax Seminar

Join us for this informational and instructive seminar!

Clergy Tax Seminar 2022

January 29, 2022

 

Students, clergy, and anyone who deals with clergy finances are invited to participate in this online Zoom seminar.

Eula Fyock – Bethany Donor

 

Through the heart of the twentieth century, Eula and Ray Fyock were pillars of the Harrisburg First (Penn.) Church of the Brethren. They were lifetime deacons, and Ray

Bethany Faculty and Students to Present at Annual Conference

Several faculty members and students from Bethany Theological Seminary will be presenting at the Church of the Brethren’s 2021 Annual Conference, which will be held entirely online this year. Below is a list of events featuring Bethany students or

ESR and Bethany Cohost Writing Colloquium

This fall, Bethany is cohosting Earlham School of Religion’s annual Ministry of Writing Colloquium, part of its renowned Ministry of Writing program.

Love and Revelation
Songs and Stories from the Heartland

November 1-2, 2019
Earlham

Donor Story — Miriam and Bill Cable

Miriam and Bill Cable were delightfully unique individuals, pillars of a kind that assertively help sustain the vision and mission of a place like Bethany Seminary.  It was in 1977 that they made their first financial commitment to two

Strengthening the Partnership: A Visit to Nigeria

Ask any student: Pursuing higher education is a complex process.

Ask any higher education professional: Offering a program to students with diverse interests, needs, and circumstances is a complex process.

What happens when the process involves distinctly different cultures, traditions, languages,

Bethany to Host Anabaptism, the Next Generation

There is talk about “the new Anabaptist.” What images might this bring to mind?

Radical discipleship?
Searching for authentic community?
Working for peace?
Loving Jesus?
Simple living?
Creation care?

The Institute for Ministry with Youth and Young Adults at Bethany Seminary is hosting a new event