EYN Classroom Building to Be Dedicated

As 2018 begins, the educational partnership between Ekklesiyar Yan’uwa a Nigeria (EYN) and Bethany Theological Seminary is welcoming its first students into the classroom. Six members of EYN are enrolled in Global Perspectives on Scripture: 1 Corinthians, being held

Video Vault

Recordings and Previous Broadcasts

You are invited to view recent and earlier recordings of Bethany’s chapel services, convocations, and other special events on the Bethany YouTube Channel (link below). We hope that you will access this link to view services

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 Season of The Recital Series

Looking to add some music to your life? Enjoy a relaxing afternoon of music on Sunday, September 29. The Recital Series, a free collaborative concert series sponsored by the Richmond Symphony Orchestra and Bethany Theological Seminary, features musicians from

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

Thrifty Thursday: Sales + Freezing Food

Taking advantage of sale items is an obvious way to save money. However, we might not stock up on perishable sale items because they will likely go bad by the time we go to use them. That’s where FREEZING

Dan Poole

Biographical Sketch:

I was born in Indiana and grew up attending the Wabash Church of the Brethren. After serving for 18 years in congregational ministry, first at the Elizabethtown Church of the Brethren as Associate Pastor and then at the

Remembering a Friend and Colleague

The Bethany Seminary community was deeply saddened this week to hear of the passing of an alumna, fellow staff member, and good friend, Tracy A. Primozich. We share in the grief of many throughout the denomination who knew Tracy

Remembering Julie M. Hostetter

The Bethany Theological Seminary community joins with many in the denomination in remembering Church of the Brethren educator Julie Mader Hostetter, who passed away November 12, 2017, in Bridgewater, Virginia.

Beginning in

Denise Kettering-Lane

Biographical Sketch:
I serve as the Associate Professor of Brethren Studies and Director of the MA Program at Bethany. I received a BA in Religion from Ashland University in Ohio and a Masters in Theological Studies from Candler School of