Amy Beery to Resign

Amy Beery, program director of youth engagement at Bethany Theological Seminary, will resign her position April 30. Beery began employment at Bethany in July 2016 as an admissions counselor and was named to her current position as of November

Opening Recital Canceled

With a winter storm forecast for this coming weekend, the first performance in The Recital Series, scheduled for Sunday, January 20, has been canceled. Staff at Bethany and the Richmond Symphony Orchestra wish

New Theological Focus Funded by Grant

Two Bethany Theological Seminary faculty members are exploring and expanding educational opportunities at the intersection of theology and science through grant funds awarded earlier this year. The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) awarded Bethany a $75,000

Computer Support Specialist Hired

Kevin Poole of Greens Fork, Indiana, has been hired as Bethany Theological Seminary’s computer support specialist and began his duties on Monday, December 3. In this new position at the Seminary, Poole will be working with the director of

Bethany Partners with RSO to Host Recitals

The best in classical music will fill Bethany Seminary’s Nicarry Chapel in early 2019 through the Seminary’s new partnership with the Richmond (Indiana) Symphony Orchestra. Bethany and the RSO announce The Recital Series, a collaborative performance series that

New Podcast Launched

Voices from Bethany Theological Seminary’s community are being heard via the Seminary’s new podcast, Like a Mustard Seed. Faculty, staff, students, and guests are being invited to share perspectives on a variety of theological, global, and cultural topics.

Program Manager Sought for New Denominational Initiative

A program manager is being sought for a new Church of the Brethren initiative entitled Part-Time Pastor, Full-Time Church, funded by a grant from the Lilly Endowment, Inc. Bethany Theological Seminary provided support for the grant application and will

Trustee Meeting Pauses for Prayer

On Saturday, October 27, the Bethany Seminary board of trustees meeting was halted when news came of a tragic shooting in a Pittsburgh synagogue. Jeff Carter, president, led the trustees, faculty, and staff in a moment of silence, simply

Hiring of Administrator Leads Personnel Changes

Gail Connerley of Richmond, Indiana, has been named the new executive director of institutional advancement at Bethany Theological Seminary, to begin November 12, 2018. She comes to Bethany from Earlham College,

New Students Welcomed for Fall

Fall semester classes at Bethany Theological Seminary began on August 30 with nine new students joining the Seminary community. Four are entering the MDiv program, two are entering the MA program, and three are pursuing a Certificate in Theopoetics