- We strive to provide seminary education anytime and anywhere through residential courses, online classes, flexible scheduling, distance learning, extension programs, and more.
We offer a Bible-focused curriculum, emphasis on spiritual formation, a deep sense of community and commitment to serving together, and hands-on ministry experiences for all students.
- Our community is comprised of a diverse group of men and women from a variety of places. A few of the many denominations represented are: Baptist, Methodist, Presbyterian, Reformed, Lutheran, and non-denominational.
- Our faculty members have studied at leading universities and theological schools around the world. All are experienced ministry practitioners, and many are currently engaged in ministry service.
- We seek to equip highly-dedicated, well-educated pastors, leaders, and counselors who can empower local congregations and integrate their Christian faith with their professional expertise.
Sioux Falls is a great place to live and attend seminary. Pace of life, friendly, caring, and honest people, and real ministry contexts are a few benefits. Get to know more about Sioux Falls and the community of Sioux Falls Seminary.
Summit House at Sioux Falls Seminary is taking learning and serving to a whole new level. Students have the opportunity to live at Summit House in the Pettigrew Heights neighborhood of Sioux Falls. Crime, poverty, and homelessness are major concerns in the area. Broken relationships are leaving a devastating impact on residents. If you have an interest in Christian community development or urban missions, this is the perfect opportunity for you. Experience communal living, receive valuable first-hand experience, and change lives--all while you earn your degree.
The student body has long included men and women from a variety of traditions. In an effort to smooth the path to ordination for these students, Sioux Falls Seminary has committed to a "house of study" approach. This concept is a program of student services which offers enhanced support to students and provides a mechanism for communication with their denominational bodies concerning courses and requirements. Currently, there are active houses of study for Lutheran and United Methodist students.
We are proud of the men and women who make up the faculty at Sioux Falls Seminary. Not only have they been educated at world-renowned seminaries and universities, but they are also actively engaged in ministry service. Faculty encourage students--imparting their experiences in the pulpit, in the classroom, and in life. We invite you to learn more about the individuals who will be equipping you with the skills needed for a lifetime of ministry.
Regardless of when and where you take classes, you'll soon discover the element of community life that comes along with studying at Sioux Falls Seminary. Through study and fellowship, you'll find a network of support around you. Click to learn more about opportunities for worship, prayer, fellowship, and serving others at Sioux Falls Seminary.