New Students Welcomed

With the opening of the fall semester on August 27, twelve new students began their studies toward a graduate degree or certificate at Bethany Seminary. Two ecumenical students join ten Church of the Brethren students from eight districts, among

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

Class of 2015 to Graduate

Bethany Theological Seminary anticipates graduating its second-largest class in seventeen years on Saturday, May 9, 2015. The ceremony will be held at 10:00 a.m. in Nicarry Chapel with eighteen expected to graduate from the master of divinity, master of

Bethany Dedicates Student Housing

Bethany Theological Seminary celebrated the naming of Patterson House, one of its student housing properties, along with a dedication of the Bethany Neighborhood at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, April 10. Along with members of Bethany’s administration who spoke,

Director of Educational Technology Named

Dan Poole has been named director of educational technology at Bethany Seminary, beginning July 1, 2015. Poole came to Bethany in 2007 as part-time coordinator of ministry formation and in 2009

Recognition Received for Education That Engages

Bethany Seminary has been notified by The Center for Faith and Service at McCormick Theological Seminary that it is included in the 2015 list of Seminaries That Change the World. Twenty-six institutions were named this year, including Bethany’s partner

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

New Faculty Hired in Theological Studies

Nathanael L. Inglis will begin as assistant professor of theological studies at Bethany Seminary on July 1, 2015. Inglis graduated in 2014 from Fordham University with a PhD in systematic theology.

Winners of Peace Essay Announced

Bethany Seminary has announced the winners of the 2015 Peace Essay Contest on the theme Peacemaking, Creation Justice, and the Beloved Community. Katerina Friesen, an MDiv student at Anabaptist Mennonite Biblical Seminary, received first place for her essay “Planting