New Students Welcomed for Spring Semester

With the opening of the spring 2019 semester, nine students began their education at Bethany Theological Seminary in pursuit of a degree or certificate. Five are enrolled in the MDiv program, three are enrolled for graduate certificates, and one

Sam Locke Named Executive Director for Institutional Advancement

Bethany Theological Seminary has named Sam Locke as executive director of institutional advancement following a national search.  

Locke joins the Seminary from Indiana Legal Services, a nonprofit law firm based in Indianapolis that provides free legal

Faith-based Budget Guides

Making a budget or a cash-flow plan can be daunting! Don’t fear! There are resources that can help make this process easier and less stressful!

EveranceCash-Flow Plan 
Everance is a ministry of Mennonite Church USA and

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

Scott Holland

Professional Biographical Sketch:

Scott Holland has pastored metropolitan congregations of the Church of the Brethren and the Mennonite Church, USA. He divides his time between Richmond, Indiana, Yellow Springs, Ohio and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

He teaches a wide variety of courses in

International Student Sponsorship Forms

International students who apply to the master of divinity or the master of arts programs at Bethany are required to submit the following forms:

  • Statement of Personal Sponsorship – to be completed by a church or agency
  • Financial Sponsorship

Joelle Hathaway

Dr. Joelle A. Hathaway is Bethany’s Assistant Professor of Theological Studies & Director of the MATW Program. She is a double graduate of Duke Divinity School, where she completed her MTS (Masters in Theological Studies) and then ThD (Doctorate

Ministering Through COVID-19 Resource List

Given the rapidly changing guidelines and restrictions being used to control the spread of the COVID-19 virus,  many people have found themselves needing to quickly change their approaches to ministry. Bethany Theological Seminary and the Brethren Academy for Ministerial

Local Thrifty Weekend Events | 8/28-8/30

Free movie at the Glen
Richmond Parks and Recreation Department has its final free movie and children’s activities of the summer.
In this week’s comic book space adventure, “Guardians of the Galaxy,” watch how a group of outlaws teams to

Challenge: 31 Days of Spending Zero

Living Well Spending Less is hosting a 31 Days of hosting a “31 Days of Living Well and Spending Zero.” Blogger Ruth Soukup issues a challenge each October to her blogging community–challenging them to assess their spending and attempt